I suppose all food is a matter of personal taste, but this is one of the best teriyaki restaurants I've found, and I have eaten in quite a few. I usually go for the teriyaki/General Tso combo, but I have tried their beef bulgogi and Mongolian beef and both are great. They start you off with a small complimentary bowl of soup and then the food comes piping hot to your table. And, as someone else stated on another site review, they give you plenty. We've split a meal on several occasions when we weren't starving. And when I go by myself I always have enough leftovers for another small meal. Service is always prompt, unless extremely busy, and only occasionally have I seen the place swamped. I say try it at least once. Who knows, it just might become your favorite teriyaki place too.