We've come here for hibachi and sushi several times, and we've never been disappointed. The sushi is fresh and excellent, with good-sized portions (check out the happy hour menu!), and the chef's are usually entertaining. This time our hibachi chef was a little lackluster - he did all the tricks (juggling utensils, volcano onion, spinning the egg and tossing it), but he never said a word the whole time, sort of like he was just going through the motions. The waitress was attentive, and got the kids "kids chopsticks" where they are rubberbanded together for easier use. All in all it was a great experience.