This vast emporium of food goes for volume over finesse at lunch. At dinner and on Sundays, the selection improves with seafood and the eponymous hibachi and grill stations. Pick your way carefully through the 12 hot and cold tables and you’ll find decent morsels like steamed crawfish, shrimp several ways, pork roast, octopus salad and a few other select items among a perplexing array of food choices. Better still, head for the back of the room, where you can load up a plate with fresh ingredients and get them stir-fried, Mongolian barbecue style, seasoned with as much garlic and chile as you like. Next to it, the open grill is crowded with marinated boneless chicken pieces, thin-cut glazed pork chops, sausages and more. It’s all just $10, much less for children, so take the family and eat up.