Lots of options here: Sushi, Shabu Shabu, Teppanyaki. It's a huge place but weekends can still be crowded. Food is usually pretty good.
If you're looking for fresh, high-end sushi, this is not the place for you. But if you're looking for decent food at a decent price with clean and friendly staff, I'd recommend Ichiban. I like that they are kid-friendly. They provide crayons and paper for the kids, and even have kiddie chopsticks for them to use. :)
This is an average, typical tepanyaki place you would see in the US. It's a good family place that you can bring children since it's entertaining to watch the chef cooking in front of you. The food is okay but it's a bit pricy for the quality but I guess you're paying for the food and entertainment.