My Mom picked this place on a whim on a recent visit to the family lake house. I was skeptical at first because the place is surrounded by mountains. Could the fish really be fresh? Well, in a word, YES. There were plenty of diners with giant platefuls of the stuff, and it looked great. The service was very good from the moment we walked in. We were seated immediately and a waitress took our drink orders and delivered them promptly. Since I was still a little wary, I ordered the Teppanyaki dinner of tuna. This was served with a salad and soup. Choice of Miso or Hot and Sour. I took the miso, which was good. I tad cloudy and could have been hotter, but good. Salad was typical iceberg lettuce with that mayonnaise "Yum Yum" sauce served at most hibachi places. There is actually a hibachi, but it's not really a show. you can see the guy through an open window to the kitchen area. he was doing honest to goodness hibachi cooking, tough. My tuna was served are with hibachi fried rice and veggies. Very good and fresh. A tad salty is my only quibble. My husband also ordered a shrimp tempura maki roll that was nicely executed. Very good flavors. Nice place. Surprise japanese/sushi in the mountains. Recommended.
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