Went to a late lunch. Place was almost empty. Sat at the teppanyaki-table, did not exactly know what that would entail. We ordered set-menus, I had a tuna starter which was good. Others had soups and they enjoyed them. Then one person had chicken and me and one other had sirloin. The chef came and started to cook them on the big cooking plate. He was cheerful and very skilled, handled the peppermill like Tom Cruise a cocktail-shaker. Then the chef cut fried egg to pieces and had us catch them with our mouths, was funny. A bit of flames for the beef too, quite a show in all. Sirloin and chicken tasted good, broccoli as well. Service was very efficient and friendly, but again we were almost alone so busy times might be tougher. They did seem energetic though. Food was good but nothing special.
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