Check out the top 5 hibachi restaurants in Phoenix from our friends at Haute Living Phoenix.
With locations all across the U.S., Benihana is famous for its teppanyaki table experience and always delivers a good show. Prepared by chefs who are as much entertainers as culinary masters, the meals include a delicate Japanese onion soup, vegetables cooked hibachi-style, homemade dipping sauces and steamed rice — or if you prefer, Benihana’s signature Hibachi chicken rice. For your entree, choose from chicken, beef or seafood, then sit back and let the chef entertain you as he plays with your food while cooking it.
Head to Sapporo Scottsdale (look for the giant torches outside, you can’t miss it) for lively
atmosphere, fun cocktails and delicious teppanyaki prepared by the restaurant’s good-humored teppan chefs. Entree choices include soy-glazed tofu, calamari steak, chicken breast, sirloin steak, kurobuta pork chop, salmon, scallops, halibut, New York strip, filet mignon, sea bass and lobster. Don’t feel like limiting yourself to just one protein? Combinations are also available so that you can mix things up. Plus, each teppanyaki meal is accompanied by a shrimp starter, mushroom soup, house salad, fried rice, fresh seasonal vegetables and housemade sorbet.
Ah-So Sushi & Steak Restaurant
Available for lunch or dinner, the teppanyaki at Ah-So is served with everyone’s usual favorites: hot soup, a salad, assorted vegetables and fried rice. Vegetarians can go the strictly veggies route, but if surf and turf is more your style, choose from the Gulf shrimp, a plate full of golden scallops, boneless chicken breast with flavorful teriyaki sauce, or the USDA choice strip sirloin or USDA choice beef filet mignon. Of course, you don’t have to get too choosy if your appetite calls for more: combos include chicken and shrimp; steak and chicken; steak and shrimp; and shrimp and scallops.
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