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Trivia: While you enjoy Bing Crosby's song "Happy Holidays" from the movie "Holiday Inn" circa 1942 remember that it was the inspiration for the international hotel chain we all know, love, and use today when visiting out of town relatives for the season. Dont believe me? Wiki Wiki Wah: http://bit.ly/TJZNxW.
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As a newbie to the area our first instinct is to ask a few locals for recommendations. Every person asked would mention this place, regardless what type of cuisine we asked about. If we asked for an Italian place they'd give us a name, but then excitedly mention "If you're looking for good Japanese food, you have to try Tokyo Tea House". After a few of these responses, we knew where to go, even if we were originally thinking italian, lol. So we decided we'd go there on Valentines day. We sat at the counter facing the sushi station. Given our high standards for asian food we were still a bit skeptical until our first course came. We expected a very basic, no frills plate of food, but the presentation was beautiful. Everything was garnished, and a nice indication of what was to come. The food was delicious, and we were happy with everything we ordered. I unfortunately have to rate the service as poor-fair because we were sitting for some time before the waitress came over for our order. Then when our food came out it came out quickly, but with some dishes missing. We assumed this was intentional at first, but after 15min our waitress brought us the check. I'd only had appetizers at that point. My husband had half his meal. We said we'd wait for the rest but after another 10min the chef still hadnt started making the dishes we were missing. We only knew this because being that we were so close to the chef's area and the kitchen we heard the owner reprimand the chef. It was comforting to know that this level of service was not up to par with her standards, but it was also mildy awkward that she was making a scene by scolding her employees. She did this with the waitress too. It's great to know she cares so much about her customers, she clearly runs a tight ship, it's just a little unprofessional to demean your employees in front of the public. I chalk it up to a bad night, and I'll go there again, and again. The food is worth it. If you're from NY and consider yourself a foodie, then this is as good as you'll find in this area of the Poconos.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
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I was very disappointed. I've been to many hibachi places and this one would rank last on my list thus far. I was curious from the beginning when walking up to the front door. The adorable wagon on their front landscape is a beautiful touch, except that it's advertising a 212 number, which is NYC, which immediately makes me think this wagon was yanked from some cheesy, dirty, bike taxi in Chinatown. We're seated by a wonderful hostess, but asked to scootch all the way into the oversized booth. Sharing a table with other guests is an element of hibachi I'm familiar with, but this table, as big as it was, with 8 people already seated at it, had 4 other place settings, which should have been removed the second we sat down. Instead we were asked to wait 5 minutes to see if anyone else showed up, and if so we were going to have to eat our meal scrunched like sardines. So for the next 5 minutes we all watched the door and breathed sighs of relief as we saw people being seated at non-hibachi tables. The woman next to me from the adjoining party said she often feels claustrophobic when seated this way, and I can't say I blame her. Finally the other plates are removed and our chef arrives. He's a little too sarcastic and scripted for my taste, but that's a matter of preference I suppose. I prefer them to be personable and funny when pretending to spin the spatula in my direction, otherwise it just feels threatening. I clapped out of obligation and respect, not out of enjoyment. The rice was bland, and the salmon was so dry and tasteless- if it weren't for the family next to us and my being seated in the middle of everyone I would have told the waiter when he came around that it was the worst salmon I had ever tasted. The noodles were good, the vegetables were fine, the scallops were AMAZING. I will say that if Desaki gets one thing right... It's their scallops. Great texture, flavor, size, everything about them was delicious. Our waiter was friendly and up to par. We were in and out very quickly which is a desirable dining quality for some. The decor was lovely, the bathrooms were noteworthy, and the place is huge. I seriously recommend that management reconsiders the true capacity of the hibachi booth tables, because we were a rather fit group with 2 kids at our table and we were disgruntled the second we sat down- not a good way to start off a dining experience. It's a situation that screams to the customer "This place is all about it's bottom line, not your dining experience". I'd consider trying this place in the future, but not until I've exhausted every other option in the area.
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Food: Poor to fairDecor: Very goodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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It's definitely the "go-to" place for all newcomers and visitors to the area. The drive through seems like an attractive feature although I have not tried it yet. I prefer to stand there and salivate over the numerous lists of ice creams and other deserts and snacks. Their soft ice cream comes in 20+ flavors (they infuse the flavor via a separate machine) and it's a hard fact to admit but their soft ice cream- even in basic vanilla- is superior to my old favorite, Mister Softee from back home in NYC. The serving sizes at Eats N Sweets are Huge (IMO) and a fair price. The look of the place is very no frills "old fashioned" with a sort of local, casual appeal. The girls who work there are sweet and usually bubbly. Be sure to be very clear when placing your order, and double check the total, because the staff there is mostly young girls working for the summer, and they're not above making mistakes. Over-all a great place for delicious, no stress, option-overloaded desert. They bring new meaning to "Leave room for desert".
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Food: Very goodDecor: GoodService: Good
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