Little Saku's chefs are adept at the hibachi tradition of entertaining guests with dry humor and culinary tricks while they cook. It is always amusing to those who gather close to watch them twirl spatulas, flip eggshells into their hats, and set onion volcanoes aflame.
The Hibachi area is is a good entertaining meal with nice selection,.
Little Saku's two hibachi tables are out in the open, providing the experience of meals served hot off the grill,
My Family has sampled the hibachi steak, shrimp, lobster and scallops and found them all to be flavorful and tender. All hibachi entrees are served with soup, salad, fried rice and vegetables.
They also serve tempura and Sushi for an alternative.