I've been here 7 or 8 times now and I've never been disappointed with my experience. The food is good and priced rather well... for how much you eat, you'd expect to pay 1.5x to twice more... I've found the perfect group size to be around 5-6 people to split 1-3 orders of anything. With a fair amount of beer/sake and a lot of items ordered, the bill will be only about 30 per person. The beer is priced very well; especially for LA, the Saporro and Kirin pitchers are a bargain. And the sake menu is limited, but what they have is good enough and inexpensive. There are also some tasty shochu drinks, but I stay away from them. The food is perfect for meat lovers... the various beef and chicken items are all worth trying, and everyone seems to have their personal favorites. The pork skewer is really good too. I am a big fan of chicken hearts and gizzards and FuRaiBo does them REALLY well... the house special Tebasaki wings are a must... and you should get them at least regular spicy (which is practically not spicy at all) although I prefer extra spice. This is a good place to try new things, and a lot of their items are definitely worth having... I would have to say that their seafood is not quite as good as the land varieties, but they definitely have a few grilled fishes, squid and scallops that are delicious.\r
Overall, I would recommend this place for an unpretentious good time, with friends that just want to get together, be vicious carnivores, and drink beer... a solid manly place that's good for family and ladies too. And for your info, they DO have parking in the back (though they tow non-diners) and they only take reservations until 7pm.
Pros: Good food, great prices, fun time for a group to chat and drink at
Cons: Not a date place... sake menu small... some seafood could be better... can get BUSY. Minor things though!