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Without too much change in deécor, a former Steak & Ale restaurant has been transformed into a combo sushi bar and teppan-yaki steakhouse. Here the “Samurai” chefs look more like Elvis (thanks to those bejeweled leatherette holsters) than any warriors in The Seven Samurai. This restaurant features “smokeless Hibachi tables,” so there’s no noisy overhead hood to interfere with the, um, show of twirling knives, onion volcanoes, cracking eggs and flying shrimp. Chefs don’t hide their boredom performing the same tired culinary act over and over again, but by local Japanese steakhouse standards, this one’s cheap enough that the experience is both filling and unexpectedly hilarious. — Charles Ferruzza

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Price: $-$$
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, cash

Parking: Lot Available


Reservations: Accepted, Recommended for Large Parties, Not Necessary


Attire: casual

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