With a menu as big as the namesake mountain standing sentinel over Tokyo, Fuji offers something for everyone, from the neophyte making short forays into foreign cuisine to the old pro looking for something new to gobble. The appetizer menu is proof enough. It includes gyoza dumplings and grilled yellowtail collar, a delicacy. The kitchen doesn't stop there. The Fuji Special is a mammoth meal of options. Whether you choose the 12-oz. Kobe beef with shrimp tempura and fried rice or the humble sirloin, chicken and shrimp trio, every order comes with soup, salad, hibachi vegetables, a shrimp appetizer and steamed rice, excluding the Kobe. However, the real draw here is the dinner theater that is hibachi, at which diners can select from several surf and/or turf options.