The sushi is just so-so, plus it's served on generic tableware instead of rippled clay sushi dishes or wood service platforms. But the hibachi grills are where the real action takes place. Here skilled swashbucklers take steaks, shrimp, lobster and chicken and transform them into circus animals, a mighty hard act for a strip of raw tuna slumped on a rice billet to compete with.
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It's funny how people in Dallas refer to everything north of LBJ as some kind of untamed wilderness. They call it "way up north," or "Oklahoma," even the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. But that's just silly. Plano and its less civ...