We got seated quickly, and served well. The kids and I all hit the hibachi, while Linda ordered sushi. The hibachi meals are filling. You get soup, vegetables, rice, and your protein. That was all good. Since my girls can’t seem to finish a meal, I got to try the shrimp and the chicken. Definitely worth eating. I’ve had the sushi here other times and it was great.
And the drinks are reasonably priced, which makes cramming three kids in a hotel room for the evening easier to bear.
I think we got the rookie hibachi chef. The dude dropped a spatula and just wasn’t as impressive as other hibachi chefs we’ve seen. When you go for teppanyaki, you’re going for the show as much as the food. He did cook with lots of fire though, which was fun for the whole family.
I give it 4 out of 5 pants off.
We had the whole family with because we all wanted to see the main office of Daddy’s work and to get a chance to meet friends and coworkers at the office.
Jason thought we should give the kids a show for dinner and I wanted sushi. West Bend, WI is not a super big place so there was only really one place to go. Since Jason had been there before with coworkers, he knew the kids would like it, and he was right; the kids loved seeing the show in front of them of their food getting cooked. Especially seeing fire!
My sushi tasted good too! Not the best that I have had, but really not bad at all. However our waitress was not the brightest bulb in the lighting system, she must have been new, or god for bid I hope she was. If the whole family goes out to West Bend, WI again I’m sure we will go back there!
3 out of 5 pants off
3.5 Pants Off!