Kasai in Scottsdale seamlessly fuses entertainment with Asian cuisine

The Olympics have only been held in the United States eight times during the event’s illustrious history, but you would swear that you were walking into a world-class venue the moment you park your car at Kasai Japanese Steakhouse in Old Town Scottsdale. Two large flaming torches on each side of the entrance way greet you, and a gorgeous water feature sets the tone for a fun-filled evening of delicious food and culinary craftsmanship.

While there aren’t any athletic competitions taking place inside the building, Kasai certainly provides the level of excitement synonymous with such entertainment. I am referring, of course, to the Japanese cooking style commonly known as teppanyaki. Using an open-faced flat surface grill, chefs cook several different items at once right in front of expecting customers. In fact, the chefs often incorporate diners into their routine by tossing food into a people’s mouths or creating a fiery display of culinary art.