I've seen this place while shopping in the area and decided to give this place a visit with two others. We were craving hot pot, but decided to try their sukiyaki instead.
Food: Selection was very decent for just under $15/person. More options on their other menu, but we were nevertheless very satisfied. It costs extra for sauces and other food items. Meat and veggies were very fresh, clean and nicely prepared. Potions varied though for the veggies (e.g. the amount of mushrooms changed each time we ordered even though we checked off one portion). The meat selection was chicken, beef and pork and we were content with that. There were sqiud tubes and tentacles in their seafood option of that menu. Good veggie selection (e.g. winter melon, onions, yam, carrots) and a variety of tofu to choose from. Sauces cost an extra dollar, but we didn't order any as the food was flavorful enough. My friend kept pouring the extra soya sauce they gave us into his bowl cuz he was really enjoying the flavor. The soya sauce was meant to replenish our sukiyaki sauce that was cooking our food!
Service: It was great and prompt. We were quickly seated when we arrived at around 8pm. No line up during the hot weather and it was a weekday. Food came quickly with each order we made. We did have to get our server's attention to refill water and I think she was amused at watching my friend repeatedly pour soya sauce into his bowl.
Vaule: Well priced for all you can eat and comparable to other establishments.
Ambiance: Modern. We were seated in one of the booths. Seats seem to shake as we moved in our seats. Maybe it was just that booth. Well ventilated, well lit and sort of clean. My friend's seat was dirty, but the rest of the place looked clean.
Will go back to try their other menu as well!