About this business

  • Cuisine
    Steak, Japanese
  • Meals
    Dinner

Tips

KSB
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Report | a year ago
The food was excellent and our server was very attentive.
k c.
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Report | a year ago
Enjoyed it!
Christy H.
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Report | a year ago
The chef did a nice job and made it a nice experience.
Peggy B.
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Report | a year ago
Had a good time with my 2 adult daughters. Enjoyed the meal & service.
Tempe H.
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Report | a year ago
LOVE LOVE
donna f.
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Report | a year ago
Was a wonderful experience.
Stephanie M.
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Report | a year ago
Loved, loved, loved it!! This was the first time my husband and kids have ever been to a Japanese steakhouse and they thought it was great!!
Merlin K.
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Report | a year ago
Good job keep it up
Cristina M.
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Report | a year ago
we loved our chef. He was humnorous and very talented with his cooking skills and tricks.
James B.
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Report | 2 years ago
Great job
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From Our Editors

Kumeo Komazaki, known to friends as "Koma", relocated to New York City from Japan 30 years ago, bringing with him the culinary skills he learned as a chef for Japan's Imperial Palace Hotel. While working as a chef in New York, Komazaki happened to read the address on a box of beef shipped from Wichita, then seized the opportunity to establish his own restaurant there. At the Wichita location and its sister restaurants in St. Louis and Omaha, chefs entertain diners as they prepare steaks, seafood, and chicken at teppanyaki tables, flipping sizzling victuals through the air and searing meat to perfection. Sushi chefs roll and slice fresh seafood into bite-size pieces, which can be brought to mouths with chopsticks or hunger-induced telekinesis.