Mietta's ReviewLunchtime here is filled with local business-people who enjoy good service from the owner, Takashi Mitsunaga. It's a large open room with the teppanyaki tables as the only feature. A good place for business with few distractions in noise or decor. At night the clientele is more Japanese and the authentic food is appropriate in quality for its price.
Other Published Opinions
Herald Sun, sundaymagazine, eating out, Sally Fisher, 2003. Try the all-you-can-eat (in 90 minutes) Japanese barbecue, or the yakinuki (grilled meat) set menu.
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