The food was alright, but mine was not hot. I order shrimp and scallopes and was very disappointed. They took the scallops and sliced them into three (who does that), so each piece of scallop was very thin and the shrimp were small and tough. The fried rice didn't really have good flavor either. It felt like they were trying to cheapen everything up and charge a large price. My meal was $23 and basically I got two scallops and eight shrimp. I think we will go back to Hibachi or Shogun the next time we eat at a Japanese Steakhouse.
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