I couldn't decide where to go.
I needed to go someplace different.
I needed to try a different type of food.
I opted for Fuji Hana, the Japanese part of Fuji Hana & Thai Peppers Restaurant at 2700 Town Center Dr NW # E, Kennesaw, GA.
I sat at the Hibachi grill. The Tepanyaki chef had his back to me, as he was cooking for the other end of the grill. Fifteen minutes later, he turned to cook for our end of the bar. At that point, I saw the large belt buckle with the letters JULIO spelled out. Don't get me wrong, everyone deserves to pursue a career, but I don't feel I got an authentic experience. It would be the same if I was served by a redhead named Mulligan at a Mexican restaurant.
I got the steak and fried rice. The food was good, but the service was slow. Not the right place to go if pressed for time.