This restaurant, one of the few Japanese restaurants in Macau, didn’t open until 12pm so we killed some time by window shopping. We must have looked desperate to eat because we were hanging around the front of the restaurant for a while and we also there when they opened up the front grille. We were seated at the back of the restaurant in front of the teppanyaki benches. It was nice because it was more private and there were fewer tables. There was an extensive set lunch menu. A2...