The emphasis is on riotous good fun at this modern Japanese restaurant in Castlefield. Take your place around the chef's iron griddle and the theater begins; once you've had potato fritters tossed into your mouth and seen other morsels caught and balanced on the chef's spatula, you can enjoy a delicious and creative teppanyaki (main courses served on an iron plate) of duck rolls with raspberry dipping sauce or sole with lemon, ginger, and coriander. For a quieter,
lighter meal, take a private table and peruse the sushi menu. Curiosity might tempt you to try a Manchester roll, made of smoked swordfish with Lancashire cheese, carrots, and crabmeat.