The easy thing to do here would be to simply choose between sushi and teppanyaki (think hibachi-style grilling, à la Benihana). Not so fast. Here's the game plan: (1) Cocktails. They're vaguely tiki-ish (mai tais, Singapore slings), quite large and fairly strong. (2) Sushi sandwich. It's a spicy tuna roll in the shape of PB&J. Sounds terrible, tastes great, plus it's easier to eat than a roll. (3) Filet teppanyaki dinner. Why? Because the meat is far superior to the seafood (scallops, salmon), and because if you're going to let a chef with incredible knife skills throw balls of rice at you as he preps your meal, you may as well enjoy your dinner.