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5 Standout Restaurants for Hibachi in Westchester

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Love the guaranteed sizzle of a meal at a hibachi restaurant? Here’s where to go for a live-action dinner experience in Westchester.

By Dylan Rubinstein and Anthony Tornatore

Banzai Hibachi

95 S Central Ave, Hartsdale; 914.997.7888

Entertainment is the name of the game at Banzai Hibachi, with chefs who guarantee a show. Not only can you get a delicious hibachi meal, but you can also chow down on fresh sushi and sashimi. A full sports bar and lounge with HD TVs streams the biggest games throughout the year.

Little Buddha

251 Market St, Yonkers; 914.358.9468

Known for its delicious hibachi, this Japanese restaurant doubles as a sushi restaurant. The Yonkers eatery also offers a plethora of specials for lunch, making it ideal for a midweek treat. Go for the chicken hibachi lunch special, which is only $15.45 and comes with clear soup, a salad, one piece of shrimp appetizer, vegetables, and noodles. You can also get the sushi bar lunch special, which varies depending on the roll ordered.

Nikko Hibachi Sushi Lounge

240 White Plains Rd, Tarrytown; 914.333.1000

Nikko Hibachi Sushi Lounge offers a wide array of Japanese delicacies, such as shrimp tempura, hibachi steak, avocado roll, and chicken yaki soba. The lunge also offers a special happy hour menu every day during the week between 3-6 p.m. Enjoy $4 beers, $7 cocktails, $5 classic sushi rolls, and $10 specialty sushi rolls. You can also enjoy a hibachi filet mignon with lobster tail entrée for just $37.

Osaka Hibachi and Sushi

134 Wildey St, Tarrytown; 914.631.8888

With high marks for quality and a reputation as one of Westchester’s top hibachi spots, Osaka is worth a trip from near or far. The all-you-can-eat prix-fixe menu includes hibachi, sushi, and an array of classic Japanese dishes. Can’t decide what to get? Pair your hibachi dinner with Osaka’s signature Out of Control roll, a spicy tuna roll topped with eel and avocado. We promise you won’t leave hungry.

Top Hibachi

80 Route 6, Baldwin Place; 914.628.8899

Top Hibachi will wow you before the menu hits the table. The Westchester bar and lounge boast club-like décor, including full-service couch tables, neon lights, and today’s hit music. Come nighttime, the lights go out and the music turns up. Hibachi plates include rice and noodles (no choosing here), as well as vegetables and complimentary hibachi shrimp. Dare to order an appetizer? Choose the Peking duck roll, a delicious combination of crispy duck, ginger, and scallion.

 

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Sushi Palace

2223 Central Park Ave, Yonkers; 914.268.0888

Sushi Palace is known for its all-you-can-eat sushi for one price. What a lot of people don’t know is that it also has a hibachi station at which you can pick whatever you want to eat. And the best thing is it’s all included in the same one price. Choose from noodles, rice, steak, chicken, vegetables, and eggs to have them cooked right in front of you in a flash.

 

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