Kobe’s strongpoint lies in its Hibachi performance. Just ask the chef, and he’ll offer you a happy meal with your show! Sometimes, when sitting with large groups, any excess fried rice your neighbors ordered could end up on your plate, even if you didn’t order any. And when you take a bite of Kobe fried rice, it’s not a mouthful of grease-covered grains. Something which other Asian-style restaurants in town could benefit from. However, service seems a little off-putting when interacting with their spastic waiting staff. Their sushi lacks the freshness that you would expect from raw fish and smells, well, fishy (probably because Lawton is a landlocked town). They also don’t handle large crowds of customers very well, meaning long wait times. So, be prepared to exercise some patience when someone graduates. You can also expect the waiting staff to rush you out the door with your food after taking the first bite.