We always enjoy this place for hibachi. The hibachi meal is served with both fried rice and noodles unlike some places that charge extra for one or the other. The hibachi steak, chicken or seafood entree is cooked with teriyaki sauce so if you're used to the simpler way of Benihana cooking, it will seem too saucy at times. They make it interactive by offering sake or "baby" sake (non-alcoholic for kids) squirted by the chef across the table to your mouth. They also do a broccoli toss for diners to try to catch in their mouths. It makes the experience more fun for kids. Overall, this place has become a "go to" since my 9 year old loves it so much!
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