I took my friend here for his birthday and we had a great time. Our cook was so friendly and the food was amazing! We both had the chicken and steak. The meal was huge and everything was delicious. No complaints! We will definitely return.
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We were quite disappointed in our experience. We were being sat with another family, 6 people, and my daughter asked if we could have our own table to celebrate her birthday. There were only 2 other tables being used and we were told no because...More
Went to this while in town. Seemed pricey but after dining was well worth it. I had the shogun special. So much food and all delicious. Watching the preparation was great fun. Too bad I didn't have my camera out for the flaming onion! Cook...More
We have made this somewhat of a tradition for anniversaries. It's not big, it's not flashy, it is a great dining experience. The staff is gracious and the food is as rewarding as the performance of the cooks.
They serve traditional Japanese food in a hibachi restaurant where the chef prepares the food in an entertaining and delightful way over a hibachi grill in front of the customers. They serve green tea ice cream which is imported, and some of the best tasting...More
Fun for any occasion. This place has been around for a long time. What sets is apart is the sauce! Sauce is boss in my World and they have the best sauces in town. Many of the same people that work there have been there...More
I had never eaten Japanese food before. I loved the food and atmosphere. We were celebrating a birthday and we were a group of seven. We had a reservation for 6:30 and were seated as soon as all of us arrived. The chef was friendly...More
I used to consider Kyoto's one of the absolute go-tos when I had enough to really splurge... Im not sure if its the location, new management, or simply something fading... but the atmosphere has completely dissolved. Im sad to say its become mediocre food that...More
My mother and I drove to Salem to see a performance and had originally planned to eat at The Wild Pear - sadly it was under renovation. So, we decided to try Kyoto. Arrived with a full hour to spare and were seated after waiting...More