The Geisha House is a restaurant that is almost as renown as the city in which it resides. Tailoring to all sorts of customers, the Geisha House attracts people looking for a warm and cozy environment as well as those searching for a fun and lively atmosphere. Its setting is unique and it brilliantly infuses traditional Japanese architecture with the contemporary city feel. The lighting and noise level that I encountered in the restaurant was, for lack of a better term, inviting. The food is a different story all by itself. Served sizzling hot, the Kobe rib eye helped seal the deal. Despite being aesthetically pleasing, the meat was also delectably good. Cooked to perfection, the point between well-done and bloody, the steak left me satisfied and it also made me a returning customer. I had the chance to try different dishes as well, and they all featured aspects of traditional Japanese cuisine, while also adding innovative tune-ups. The service was excellent and the waitresses proved to be both visually pleasing and helpful by, refilling drinks before being asked and by being approachable.