We had a great time. It's super expensive and over the top. I won't share our final bill. It was on the high side, to say the least. I was a little weirded out by the samarai swords that hang from the ceiling as well as the fake flames.
As you can imagine from the name, Kobe Club specializes in fancy cows -- Japanese kobe beef as well as american and australian Wagyu (which are basically poor man's kobe). The beef is front and center on the menu. And while you can order other stuff (pork chop, US prime beef, fish and more), the fancy stuff is their game.
So Kass and I ordered the Samurai tasting. Think wine flights, and then substitute fancy cow. We got 4 ounces each of american and australian wagyu, japanese kobe and american prime. The japanese meat was extremely tender and buttery. The american wagyu was by far the best cut we had. The rest wasn't bad either.
The sides were solid. We had the truffle fries and creamed corn. The other dish of note -- thick bacon with black truffles. Amazing.
Net-net ... I liked it. Didn't love it. I like more down to earth food. Glad I went. Will never go back, unless it's with Kristin and we play the dessert game.