Japanese Village is one of my favourite places to go in Victoria for a meal. I have always felt that the city was culinarily challenged, probably because of the large tourist contigent that waters down dining expectations. Japanese Village raises the bar offering consistantly tasty, teppanyaki food at reasonable prices.
The best deal is to go for their lunch sitting. For around 9 to 16 dollars, you get your choice of soup or salad, choice of entree, vegies and as much rice as you can eat. Entree choices include chicken, sirloin steak, new york steak, filet mignon and others.
Unlimited rice may seem trivial until you've tried it drenched with the most orgasmic steak sauce you could imagine. If you are anti-carb, you may not want to visit here because you could find yourself halfway thru your third bowl of rice covered in sweet, sweet steak sauce and end up with a guilty conscience.
The sushi bar is mediocre at best; this restaurant is all about the teppanyaki. Always make a reservation.