Yeow. Frank Bruni's review of Ninja New York, a ridiculous-sounding, outrageously priced branch of a Tokyo theme restaurant, is more entertaining than a hundred ninjas sword-fighting their way into a fake volcano lair, but the only reason I'm mentioning it here is this line:
For a toddler with a trust fund and a yen for udon and maki, Ninja might be a valid alternative to the Jekyll and Hyde restaurant.Yelping Warriors, and Rocks in the Broth [nyt]
For just about anybody else it's nonsensical, and its climactic illusion may well be a disappearing act.
Previously: plush ninjas are, in contrast, nice and quiet