November 30, 2008
Ron of Japan Restaurant Review
To all of you that love the Japanese culture but have no real knowledge of it, this hibachi restaurant might just do the trick when you have the desire to take a trip to Japan but can only afford to go a couple of miles from your house. This restaurant is basically the next best thing to the well-known Benihana. So what sets this restaurant apart from other hibachi restaurants you ask? Let’s do this the old fashioned way. Let’s take Benihana and subtract the fancy-knife tricks, onion volcanoes, and traditional fried rice and add on generic, overpriced drinks, the smell of fried everything as a souvenir, and of course the famous egg sauce that, though delicious, brings you one clogged artery closer to a heart attack.
The usual order at RoJ consists of your choice of a couple of meats (usually, beef, chicken, or shrimp, and for a couple bucks more you can order crab legs) with beef fried rice, which is only made with white rice, ground beef, and soy sauce, and some cooked vegetables. When people think Japanese drinks, the first thing that comes to mind is Sake. Of course, the most common sake drink is a Sake Bomb, which is a shot of warm Sake dropped into a cup of beer and drunken quickly. This is about the only drink worth paying for considering that it is a drink you can only get at a Japanese restaurant, therefore, allowing customers to order it without any standards for the quality.
Overall, if you can afford to head over to Benihana’s, please do because the only thing you can expect out of RoJ is to come back out with the potential for a heart attack. [continues]
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