Japanese Garden features grill-top teppan cooking on one side and a sushi bar on the other. By offering everything from straightforward steaks, chicken and cooked seafood to brightly colored fish eggs wrapped in seaweed and topped with raw quail egg, the restaurant has something for everyone. Aside from an unfortunate reliance on fake crab, the sushi gets high marks, and the floor show from the teppan chef is an amusing diversion for the evening.
The teppanyaki style of Japanese cooking is probably the most familiar even to risk-averse American diners: Several unrelated parties are grouped around a large, flat metal cooktop (the teppan), and the chef proceeds to fire it up, make a bunch... More »
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