My wife and I popped in last Saturday at 7:30 (with a Groupon) to eat. We spent 10 minutes in the lobby and no-one greeted us. I tracked down an employee and asked for help and he promised to clean a table in the sushi bar area (all vacant tables were dirty!) in 5 minutes. 10 minutes later I looked in to see if our table was ready and they were all still dirty. When we finally got seated, we once again waited for 10 minutes and no-one came by to take our order or even acknowledge our existence. We finally left and went next door to the Mexican rest. My wife will try to get that Groupon refunded, as we never want to try that place again. Terrible! And they weren't really busy.
Posted: 7/11/2011 • Link to this review
This small out-of-the-way Hibachi/Thai restaurant is not to be missed! We took a party of 11 there for my wife's birthday. From the moment we walked in, we were very well taken care of, the waitresses and manager Paul were polite, helpful and enjoyable. Everything from the appetizers to the main courses was cooked well, just to our liking. Our chef - a tall thin older japanese man named 'Uncle Benny' was quite a delightful surprise. He was not the usual 'bang the saltshaker / flip the spatula in the air' guy, and we found him to be unusually entertaining. With a dry wit and a boyish grin we felt we were in the company of a man who truly loves what he does and he did indeed make us feel very special. After a terrific reasonably priced dinner he delighted us with numerous magic tricks and left all of us smiling and talking abour our NEW favorite Hibachi/Thai restaurant! You should give this place a try as it is a good choice for good food, good service, and overall value. We'll be back!
Posted: 10/24/2010 • Link to this review