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Hayashi HibachiIt’s a Japanese restaurant that looks and smells like a Chinese restaurant. (You can smell the egg rolls from the parking lot.) The restaurant is part of a chain in a handful of locations around the Southwest, and the signs of heavy investment are plentiful—starting with the large glass fountain by the front door. Private dining rooms with cut-out floors beneath the table allow patrons to sit on the floor without actually bending their legs. A seafood soup in clear broth is as delicious as it looks. And here’s a penny-pinching math problem for you: Should you get the regular sashimi plate which contains 15 pieces for $20, or the deluxe which has 18 pieces for $30? We chose the regular, which actually had 17 pieces (what, you don’t count the pieces when you get sushi?) and spent the savings on rolls. (Alibi Staff, December 6, 2012)
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