The expert chefs at Last Samurai sear, chop, and roll steak, chicken, seafood, and sushi at tableside hibachi grills and behind an intimate sushi bar.
Although the expansive menu varies, recent taste-bud tickling dinner options, such as the boneless teriyaki chicken ($14.95) or grill-sizzling hibachi shrimp ($17.95), sate stomachs and help to break in new bibs. Deftly sliced seafood finds its home in Last Samurai's numerous rolls crafted at the sushi bar, such as the five pieces of chef-selected nigiri ($12.95) or the deep-fried spicy scallop roll ($10.50), which bestow a variety of tastes to fish-finagling tongues. Many of the restaurant's dinner options make starring appearances on the lunch menu, and four-sided succulence takes its form in the bento box ($10.95), filled with an egg roll, three-piece california roll, and a choice of teriyaki chicken, salmon, or hibachi shrimp. Throats weary from tableside talk or from loudly narrating the impressive feats of flame can find solace in the extensive wine and beer list.