Hibachi Restaurants New Jersey NJ

If you want to eat in a restaurant in New Jersey NJ and enjoy your steak grilled in the traditional japanese manner then there are plenty of hibachi steakhouse locations around the New Jersey NJ area.

Hibachi Restaurant Listings New Jersey NJ

Here is a list of just some of the hibachi restaurants around the country that you can enjoy (if you wish to see your restaurant listed here please contact us).

New Jersey NJ Hibachi Restaurants

  • Mt. Fuji Restaurant Address: 193 Route 17 South, Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey Tel: (201) 288-2800
  • Mt. Fuji Restaurant Address: 296 Route 17, PO Box 1218, Hillburn, NY 10931 Tel: (845) 357-4270
  • Arirang Hibachi Steakhouse and Sushi Bar Address: 8812-14 4th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11209 Tel: (718) 238-9880
  • Ikko Japanese Steak House Address: 56 Chambersbridge Rd, Brick, NJ 08723 Tel: (732) 477-6077

Restaurant Reviews

Here are some restaurant reviews for the Banzai Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar Address: 3690 Quakerbridge Rd, Trenton, NJ 08619 Tel: (609) 587-5454

  • A Quakerbridge Road institution since the mid-1980s, Banzai Japanese Restaurant still delivers the good over 20 years after it first opened. The first Japanese Hibachi restaurant in the Trenton area, Banzai introduced traditional Japanese cuisine and culture to the region. Childen growing up in the 1980s always jumped at the chance the watch a spirited, humourous teppanyaki chef prepare their dinner right before their eyes, while having shrimp or zucchini tossed in their mouths. Plus, while othe hibachi restaurants give you a bowl of salad to accompany your meal, Banzai has a salad bar that gives the customer the opportunity to pick and choose their veggie of choice (plus make return trips!). In addition, noodles (or lo mein) are included in the hibachi dinner, while it is usually an "add-on" elsewhere. We have been going to Banzai Japanese Restaurant since I was 13 (I just turned 36 in March 2009), so it is a tradition, one that never gets old and never fails to please. The atmosphere is dark and festive on the hibachi level, while couples or business associates will go downstairs for the sushi chef. You also had the option to slip off your shoes and take to floor seating in a private washitsu (or tatami) room for traditional cuisine like teriyaki or sukiyaki. What remains a treat is that Banzai has never gone downhill at any point. Like a fine wine, they improve with age without losing their charm as a Mercer County institution. Birthdays are a delight, as the owner will come out with a platter of pineapple, ask all attendees to hole hands, and give three cheers of "BANZAI", an Eastern Asian phrase meaning "ten thousand years" as in live long and good health (not to be confused with "banzai charge," an attack applied during WWII - obviously not meant for American restaurant goers!). The food is simply delicious from start to finish, and there is a LOT of it. Rarely will one leave there feeling famished. In addition, the staff are friendly and courteous
  • (from tripadvisor) Most people come to Banzai for the Hibachi, and miss the sushi altogether, which really a shame. Yes, the hibachi is fun and all, but for someone who likes food, the sushi is the main attraction. It is New York style sushi, but for a much better price. The special rolls are all very creative, as are the appetizers and salads. The presentation is flawless. My favorite is this roll that actually looks like a dragon, with a head and tail and everything. I think it has mango, eel, and caviar among other things in it. The only flaw with Banzai is that quality is not always consistent, which probably depends on who the sushi chef is that night, and what kind of mood he is in. But even so, if you love sushi or inventive cuisine in general, treat yourself here.

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