Took my son out to Kobe' s for B-day dinner and had a bad experience. I knew with the drought some restaurants have stopped automatically serving water so I specifically asked our waiter Daniel to bring us water. When the soup was served and the kids started loudly, as kids do, complaing about needing water, the poor bus boy noticed and tried to help. However in his earnestness he spilled the trey of water on my son breaking the glasses. He was apologetic at least. The manager did not apologize to my wet son. I can only assume he/she was not informed. The pricing on the website is different than thst of the menu. The meal itself was great as one would expect. We had chicken and shrimp Teppanyaki. We were asked if we wanted steamed or fried rice. We chose fried, only after the bill came did we discover that fried rice was extra. When asked about it the waiter inginually said "sorry about that". The kids loved the show and the cook sang Happy Birthday, and continued to acknowledge my son and his special day throughout our time. I'll be back to visit Kobe ' s but I will ask for a different waiter if he is still there.
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My husband took me there for my B-day and we had to wait approx 1 hr tofinally be seated, but I thought the food, presentation & atmosphere were worth the wait. Serving size appropriate unless your used to eating at Blacl Bear where you just get to much. I hope Kobe's does well and sticks around in this failing economy!!!
Decided to go to Kobe's for our anniversary - so glad we did. The atmosphere was fun and inviting. The service was very good and the food as delicious. We had the hibachi salmon and it was prepared with the most wonderful sauces. I didn't catch the egg ... this time - we'll be back to try again.