While the location might be new, the chefs are not. It's rumored that they have at least twenty years of experience preparing Japanese cuisine. The menu includes assorted tempura, chicken katsu, deep-fried tofu, sushi, and beef and chicken teriyaki. This is just a small sampling! If crowds are anything to judge by, they must be really good. Each dish is presented looking like a piece of artwork, tempting you to snap a photo. BENTO meals (to-go boxes) are available for customers who are in a hurry. This restaurant offers a casual setting to dine out with family, friends, and coworkers.
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