Hibachi-San is unique for its combined cuisine of both Japanese and Chinese dishes. Ordering the two entree plate for $7.75, I was pleasantly surprised to find the container filled to the brim with lo mein noodles, teriyaki chicken, and sesame chicken. Initially, the lo mein seemed to be very promising but my expectations were blown away, and not in a good way. The noodles were very bland, and the texture was so soggy, that they basically became mush after one chew. The only saving grace of this plate came from the sides. Although the sesame chicken had a lot of unnecessary breading on the outside, it provided a crispy outer shell, that was topped off with a delicious honey glaze. But the real winner was the teriyaki chicken. It was so tender and juicy, and the contrasting flavors of the sweetness and smokiness balanced each other out perfectly. Overall, Hibachi-San was very underwhelming, but for the price point, it was able to offer a decent meal — with exceptional sides — that will definitely fill you up.