The food here is wonderful. We tried dishes we could only guess at...mostly because both the English on the menu and from the staff was pretty broken. The mushroom appetizer had a breading on it we'd never seen before, it wasn't tempura batter, but it was amazing. We ended up ordering adventurously with a noodle dish (hot), an apparently vegetarian hotdish that was a little spicy but unlike anything I'd ever eaten, and a seaweed salad and soup.
It was hard to communicate with the server, she really tried though, her English just wasn't that good. It made the arrival of the food kind of exciting that's for sure!!
If you are an international foodie, and love live dangerously when ordering...go for it. Kihachi is the place for you.
The parking is good, the tables never full, and its tucked away down the strip from the Blockbusters.