This restaurant has cooktops built into the tables that allow the cook to prepare the food in front of you, which is entertaining the first time you go. The seating was in a big "C" around the grill and there was a nice fountain off to the side.
When it came time to order, my server didn't seem to take food sensitivities seriously and babbled something about sauces having secret recipes. At first I thought this was a lame joke, but she really didn't pursue the issue any further. This left me having to ask the cook the same question. Other than that the service was fine.
The dinners all came with a miso like soup to start and a small salad. The soup tasted like it was out of a box and was too salty. The salad was coarse chopped head lettuce with half a small tomato on top. The salad dressing was good and ended up being the one redeeming factor up to this point.
I had ordered the teriyaki chicken and strip loin steak as my entree. While preparing the food the cook kept joking about how all the ingredients were "Japanese", which got old really quick; to everyone's annoyance, he went on and on about this and kept laughing at himself. As the cook prepared the food he slowly added items to my plate, which I ate as they were added. I imagine some people might find this annoying, but I didn't mind.
The entrees themselves were of good quality and were not overcooked.
Overall, if you think the experience will be entertaining enough for you then I'd recommend it, but it's not somewhere I would go repeatedly for dinner. Lunch I have yet to try.