The interior of Banzai Hibachi is eye-catching, to say the least: within the restaurant's vast, high-ceilinged dining room, massive stripes of white, pink, and indigo catch the glow of purple lights that add a touch of otherworldliness to the surroundings. However, though this décor is definitely dramatic, it's also no match for the visual feast that unfolds at each table. There, behind blazing grills, hibachi chefs work their trade, slicing steak, searing seafood, and juggling knives between bursts of choreographed flame. Elsewhere, the restaurant's sushi chefs work on a smaller stage, but the results are no less breathtaking; prepared with artful precision, their cuisine turns rice, seaweed, and ocean-fresh seafood into delicate rolls and nigiri that are almost too pretty to eat. Almost.