Whether you’ve been set up by friends or found each other on Tinder, meeting for the first time for a date is nerve-racking. To take some of the pressure off, consider planning your date for someplace fun with lots of activity going on, to help make conversation a little easier. Teppanyaki is the perfect solution for breaking the ice on blind dates.
Meeting for dinner is common on blind dates, but sitting together and trying to come up with conversation is a lot of pressure. When you opt for Japanese dining teppanyaki-style, you still get to share a meal, but you also get to enjoy the entertainment together. The showmanship of the chefs is enough to carry any lulls in conversation, and you’ll be surrounded by conversation starters, so you’ll have plenty of things to discuss.
Add a few drinks from the cocktail lounge at House of Genji, and you have all of the right ingredients for a successful blind date. Book a table for teppanyaki in San Jose by calling (408) 453-8120.