There's never a dull moment as hibachi chefs slice, fling, and season their way to your stomach's content.. In Short The giant pagoda-shaped building never denies the Japanese eats being served inside. A laid back sushi dining room splits the two Teppanyaki-style rooms. Once seated at one of the two dozen hibachi-centered tables, guests sip down onion soup and dig into ginger-spiced greens before working chopstick magic--or forks for the less adventurous--on tableside-prepared steaks, chicken, and seafood. Some chefs are more inspired than others, but the food quality is consistently tasty.