Wanted a Teppanyaki dinner, didn't have to be Benihana. Local places are usually just as good or better. We had the tenderloin with chicken and scallops. Salad was crisp, cold and fresh. Hubby loves the dressing that these places typically use.
Slow night, people were at the college football game in town. We had the chef to ourselves. He has been slicing and dicing here for 20 years! Other service staff was efficient and friendly.
We will be back.
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