The kids always love watching the chef's performance. I love seeing the food in its natural state before it is cooked, seeing that it is fresh. We went to this restaurant for the first time, took DelVal freshmen daughter and friends, 2 had never been to a hibachi restaurant. The 3 adults whom we did not know who had beef raved about it. Our group enjoyed calamari, shrimp, chicken and salmon. The salmon was out of this world - everything was cooked to perfection. The kids loved the fried ice cream which combined vanilla, strawberry and chocolate. The real surprise for me was both my cocktail, an Ooka Mule which took the Moscow Mule to a new level with the authentic ginger root in the glass and evident to my palate but the creme brulee. The creme brulee provides the diner two small ramekins of creme brulee, one green tea, one red bean. The flavor was both delicate and rich, with the fine crusted top and the creamy cool delishness beneath. The entire meal was exceptional but I would go back for this dessert alone.
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