This is our "go-to" restaurant for special occasions. It's large and attractively decorated with dark woods. One side is for Hibachi, where the chefs chop, toss, and cook dinner right there in front of you, and the other side for ordering from the expensive menu, including many sushi choices. (You can order anything from either side.)
They have all-you-can-eat sushi at lunch and dinner; choose from about a dozen or so types. If you over-order, you have to pay for the uneaten pieces. Their two or three sushi-roll lunch is less expensive and you can take tour leftovers home.
The Hibachi is a fun experience watching the chef make your meal with fried rice, noodles, vegetables, and your choice of sirloin, tenderloin, chicken, salmon, shrimp, and maybe 1-2 other choices, and combos. They also joke around, juggling raw eggs, tossing shrimp at the guests' open mouths, etc. Each person gets a huge plate which we can never finish so we get take-home boxes for leftovers. We celebrated the 3 year old grandson's birthday there; he LOVED the show AND the food.
My only criticism is that it's very salty; besides the sodium in the soy sauce and other sauces, they shake salt on top of everything on the hibachi grill.