Editorial Review. This hibachi steak house boasts a myriad of Japanese dishes prepared as part of a live artistic cooking show.
Best Japanese food. The food is fabulous. The fried rice is great. They give you soup and salad with you meal and entertainment by live cooking family style. I higly recomed calling for a reservation since they are always full.
Great food, great time. Arigato Japanese Steakhouse has something for everyones palate, whether you are in the mood for a juicy flavorful steak, teriyaki chicken, sauteed scallops/shrimp/lobster, or even just vegetables. I do not know of anyone who has ever left still felling hungry. All guests receive soup, salad, fried rice, and vegetables in addition to your large entree portion. You not only get great tasting food, you also get a show along with it. The chefs entertain and cook right at the table, which the kids love. Whether you are celebrating a special occasion or just going out to dinner with the family or that special someone, Arigato will certainly satisfy, but be weary of substitutes.
I have always been a huge fan of Teppanyaki style Japaneese Restuarants. I have dined at better ones than Arigato but have been to MUCH worse ones too.
I find it funny how many ethnic restaurants have recently tried to "Westernize" the taste of their cusines. (Sometimes the names of them too) Example: At most all Teppanyaki restaurants, each guest is served a Ginger sauce and a Mustard sauce for dipping and such. Well...at Arigato, the mustard sauce had a hint of southwestern ranch dressing and the Ginger was nowhere near the taste of authentic Japaneese Cusine. It was called "YUMMY YUMMY Sauce" too. So Westernized?
SOSO. The restaurant ambience was ok but the food was just so-so. A little pricey for not such phenomal food
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