Food was very good and the staff is great. Had a great time. Went twice while in town for business. Would definitely return.
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It's a typical Japanese Hibachi grill with a full menu and lots of options. Food was good and portions were plentiful. The staff, server and cook were all engaging and did an excellent job. I would definitely consider this restaurant again when in the Princeton...More
Restaurant isn't the cleanest. Waited for awhile before soup and salad came. Waitress brought a bowl with the wheat noodles I had ordered??? Usually it's brought and cooked with the rice, vegetables and meats. By the time the food was being cooked, noodles were cold....More
We went to celebrate a birthday and had an absolutely horrible experience. The food was over priced and not very tasty, the staff was inattentive to the point of being rude, the atmosphere reminded me of a school cafeteria and it was so noisy we...More
The man who took our order seemed like he would have rather been elsewhere! Our hibachi guy was okay, a little boring. The fried rice was very good and plenty of food.
We celebrated a birthday at Kimono's last week. There were nine of us and we all enjoyed the evening. The Food was very good and the entertainment was very good. There was a youngster with us and he really enjoyed it.
On business in the area, I stopped in to New Kimono for a Wednesday evening dinner. The place was less than half full, probably because I was there fairly early (well before 6pm), and I was quickly seated at a booth. I noticed the place...More