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Aaah, the grill. Great stove of the outdoor, often used to char meat and marshmallows to a crispy, blackened ghost of their former selves.
Unless that grill is at Fuji Grill. Where it is indoors. And no marshmallows have ever been sacrificed to that great god of fire.
Fuji’s menu features a variety of Japanese and Asian dishes that can be served traditionally by quiet, soft-spoken, attentive waiters or Viva Las Vegas style with all the showmanship, fire and flair that comes as you sit mere inches away from a man with very sharp knifes who does two things Mom told you never to do: play with food and play with fire.
The Teppanyaki dinners are the showpiece of the restaurant and feature an appetizer, fried rice, soup, salad and dizzying array of main course proteins including the usual suspects and, for something completely different, Yellowfin Tuna, Sukiyaki Steak, Sea Bass and Calamari.
If sitting around a grill with strangers as a man in a white coat throws food at you isn’t conducive to impressing that special someone with your suaveness and sophistication, dine at one of the intimate tables and order up a tempura, teriyaki or Donburi meal. And booze. Because Fuji knows that you are much funnier and better looking when your date has partaken of alcohol, especially the imported Asian beer and Japanese wine.
And for those yearning for a simpler time when lunch food came in a box (Dukes of Hazzard lunchbox, anyone?) there are several traditional Bento Box lunch offerings (juice box NOT included). Speaking of juice boxes, there is lots to order for the under 18 crowd who believe that chicken only comes in nuggets
So next time lunch or dinner comes around, remember ‘More Sake, More Happy.” Apparently happiness is NOT a warm puppy. Unless Snoopy is a sake hound.