The food was very good but very pricey if you are on a budget or on a vacation and not planning on spending alot on one meal.
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I went here twice the week I was here, 5/20 and 5/25. Wow! The food and presentation is great! I have been going to Japanese steakhouses for probably 35 years, and I just came across the most incredible Chef on May 20 - Justin from...More
Soup very flavorful, salad good, ginger dressing and sauce excellent, scallop and shrimp done perfectly, noodles were spaghetti and not authentic for Japanese steakhouses, vegetables were very good. Show was mediocre as it was early and only 3 people at the table.
Had a fantastic meal, the chef was personable and went out of his way to put on a great show and treat us right. Our food was great and portions huge. We tipped the chef very well and had a generous separate tip for our...More
Worst place ever. We've tried several times and the sushi is never good as well as service. Hibachi is better but today was the worst yet. I ordered a spicy tuna roll eel roll and seaweed salad to go. After 40 minutes of waiting I...More
We did our research before picking a hibachi restaurant for date night and each of us had tried other local ones who had great decor but lacked in customer service and in teppanyaki chef tableside show. It wasn't until I gave up and search "unique...More
We visited Tokyo for a birthday, my DIL found a coupon online so the birthday dinner would be free. There were 8 of us, we were seated right away but waited 20 minutes for our cook. While we waited for the cook we placed our...More
Besides the fact that we love Japanese Teppanyaki style dinners, (seems to be called Hibachi in the US), this place was great. As the headline says, one of our group caused a problem upon entry and the hosts were very gracious about it. They didn't...More
We went to Tokyo a couple nights ago; my girlfriend was in the mood for Hibachi-style Japanese food, and I decided to research here on Trip Advisor to try to find a better place than Takeya where we'd been a couple times. Not that there's...More