Most of the customers were eating Hotpot when we entered, but we wanted to try the hot plate, and I'm glad we did! Ordering the set is quite worth it as it comes with vegetables that you can cook along with your meat.
The restaurant is sort of small and cozy but it looked like they could cater for groups of 8 or so. Most of the staff were Japanese and you could see that they were trying to speak English as much as they can--very friendly and trying to work across the language barrier. It was a tad difficult to catch the staff though as they are very busy getting orders and delivering food, so please be patient
There were quite a few sauces available on the table and they paired well with the meats. THe meat were fresh and not frozen and you can actually see them slice the meats with the meat slicer which is in the corner of the restaurant. There were also plenty of vegetables which included mushrooms, cabbage, golden mushrooms, and potato.
Wagyu Beef Set
Agedashi Tofu was quite standard. We used the sauce to cook with our vegetables.
Pork BBQ with Fresh Vegetables was $24
Hot plate that the food was cooked in was a creative device as it was shaped like a shell and the excess oil would drip out of the plate.
The total bill came out to be $100+. Not pictured here is the Tebasaki Fried Chicken Wings for $10 a plate-- the wings were marinated similar to the Nagoya-style. They were marinated well and arrived hot and juicy.
fried chicken wings,wagyu beef
Spending per head: Approximately $35(Dinner)Other Ratings: