I took my son here for his 9th birthday. He loves Japanese culture so we thought this would be fun for him. The restaurant is nicely decorated and really puts you in the mood to enjoy the Hibachi experience but there is definitely some updating needed. A really good remodel of this restaurant would definitely put it on the map.The food was ok, maybe a little too heavy on the salt and sauces for me, but there was a lot of it and it had a good taste. The prices are EXTREMELY high! A bill for 3 came out to $107.00! You do get a lot of food for the price though. I paid $20 for red snapper and it came with soup, salad (with an awesome ginger dressing), 2-shrimp appetizer and dessert, so not bad but I still think the prices are a little high.As far as the service, the place was pretty full when we went and it was close to closing so I understand why the waiter was a bit impatient and antsy that I wasn't sure what I wanted to eat but this was my first time at a sushi bar so I wasn't really sure. Nevertheless, it was a huge turn off. I ordered the snapper out of haste which wasn't a bad thing, but once we got appetizers I realized that I really wanted sushi. :( Our hibachi chef was really nice though and very entertaining!It's close to home which beats driving to Atlanta all the time so I'll definitely give this restaurant another try on a day when I have fat pockets and more time to relax and really look over the menu. The drinks weren't bad either!