It was quite amusing to watch the Hibachi chef make volcanoes out of onions and toss veggie slices into his hat. That's it. Spicy tuna sushi was very good, but the tempura sushi was rubbery. The server was nice to let 4 people share 2 main dishes. As we were small eaters, the servings were perfect. But the teriyaki chicken and steak were tasteless, and so was the vegetable fried rice. Bring perfume, or else, you'll leave smelling like a hibachi stove. If you're going as a group<7 people, be prepared to share the table with strangers.