OK restaurant in the area. It's not a real Japanese Hibachi meaning the Chef is Chinese. Lunch was reasonable. We came here for lunch and saw a lot of people in the hibachi section. We had lunch special. I had shrimp and hubby for beef. Both came with a cup of soup. Hubby ordered something extra, a plate of sushi entree which includes 2 types of sushi rolls: spicy tuna and salmon skin. I thought the food here was good. My shrimp dish was better than the beef. The soup was above average. Wouldn't mind trying it again but we didn't plan on coming here for hibachi anytime soon. I guess after trying the beef, we would decide about hibachi dinner next time. The service was ok, a little slow at first. I liked the soup they make here, they add crispy onion! That's like the secret to one of the best tastiest soups.
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