Some restaurants claim to be Japanese restaurants but are usually own and operated by non-Japanese serving food that isn’t quite authentic Japanese. My mom who immigrated from Japan over 50 years ago enjoys coming here. It doesn’t have the crowds like at the other popular Japanese restaurant with a Zagat award which I won’t name. My mom prefers this one as it is usually quiet on the nights I take her here. There is a large selection of dishes you can order and the quality is very good.
My wife and I have taken mom here for lunch and dinner and we always enjoy our meals here. The atmosphere is pleasant and mom says the food is “Oishi” (delicious). Coming from an elderly Japanese mom, that’s better than any award a Japanese restaurant can get.
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