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Sunday, 21 March 2010

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Faye

The food looks so good! I use to love Benihana's garlic fried rice - my goodness - I'd lose my freakin mind eating that stuff. Did they add garlic to their fried rice here?

I've never had Chilean sea bass hibachi style so that looks great as well!

Nice post!

Dennis

What a fun lunch! The bill doesn't seem so bad for two..

Carol

Heehee, I like the onion volcano. Oh dang, my stomach is really grumbling now. I better go eat some lunch looking at the pictures.

Cathy

Hi Faye- yes there was garlic, as well as a good amount of butter, very much in the Benihana style and recipe...without the lines, alcohol or prices.
Dennis! It was a very nice relaxing meal, which we needed. Not a bad price, but The Mister and I aren't dating anymore...he doesn't have to impress me...
There was a flame coming out the the volcano, Carol. Lots of fun and great food. I am going to try the sushi for lunch next time.

Mark

Great post. thank you I have been to your site several times now, and this time I am adding it to my bookmarks. Keep it up with the great work.

Drew

Love there food.. Had dinner there Saturday night with the family. I always there too full.

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