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Brian’s First Time at Kiku

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#8/100 Our Server at Kiku

I took a ton of pictures the other day at Kiku. It was Brian’s first time there so I wanted to make sure I captured the moment. LOL.

Kiku offers great value for the price. Their prices are less than Sumo and the fried rice actually comes with your meal. At most Japanese hibachi restaurants, fried rice costs extra.

When you go for sushi, they actually give you miso soup and edamame for free. At least, they did that for us the last time I was there. That’s another thing that is extra at other places.

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Another thing that is cool about Kiku is that they have a special “gong banger” for birthday celebrations. The guy is specifically there to bang the gong while everyone sings happy birthday. I thought that was neat.

The restaurant ambiance is typical of what you’d find at most Japanese hibachis, but the prices are much better. When you’re in Topeka, you have to try Kiku.

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