A Japanese restaurant in the teppanyaki style made popular by the Benihana chain: You sit around an iron grill while your chef cooks your dinner, ignites fireballs and a "volcano" made from onion slices and tosses shrimp into your mouth. It's silly fun, and probably a welcome diversion for those with kids. The sushi bar offers a standard array of rolls, nigiri and sashimi. (The original location, in Creve Coeur, offers sushi only.)

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A Japanese restaurant in the teppanyaki style made popular by the Benihana chain: You sit around an iron grill while your chef cooks your dinner, ignites fireballs and a "volcano" made from onion slices and tosses shrimp into your mouth. It's silly fun, and probably a welcome diversion for those with kids. The sushi bar offers a standard array of rolls, nigiri and sashimi. (The original location, in Creve Coeur, offers sushi only.)

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Price: $$,$$$
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, Diners Club, cash, ATM/Debit

Parking: Lot Available


Reservations: Accepted


Attire: Casual attire

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