Very horrible experience. Came with a party of 3 and was given an extremely small table, asked for a larger table and they said no. When the food cam out, it could not fit and they still ended up giving us and extra table. This was my first and last time coming. Can not wait for things to go back to normal. The food was okay! Not like how we experience it with indoor dining and the servers seemed all over the place, it took us a little while to get drinks and soup and salad and people came in after us and got their things right away! Until today it was my favorite place. Most places charge gratitude after a party of 5. Food was fast and service was prompt though.
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Food and ambience
Served with: - 2 Benihana salad - Hibachi vegetables - Homemade dipping sauces - 2 Hibachi chicken rice. Served with: - 4 Benihana salad - Hibachi vegetables - Homemade dipping sauces - 4 Hibachi chicken rice. Served with: - 6 Benihana salad - Hibachi vegetables - Homemade dipping sauces - 6 Hibachi chicken rice. Your choice of: 1. Must be 21 to purchase. Comes with: - 1 bottle of La Marca Prosecco - 32 oz. Comes with: - 1 bottle of La Marca Prosecco ml - 16 oz. Sauteed with garlic butter and spicy teriyaki sauce calories. Bell pepper, onion, asparagus, carrots and shiitake mushroom calories.
We're open for take-out, delivery and curbside pick up with Benihana online ordering. We are closely monitoring the release of stay-at-home orders and are thrilled to welcome you back to your Benihana restaurant as our dining rooms reopen. Our restaurants are going above and beyond the local requirements to ensure your health and safety.
Benihana Inc. The first restaurant, Benihana of Tokyo , was named for the red safflower that was the name for the coffee shop owned by his parents in Tokyo. Aoki's concept was for the meals to be theatrically prepared by a knife-wielding, joke-telling chef at a teppanyaki table surrounded by a wooden eating surface in front of the guests Teppan meaning "steel grill" or "griddle" and yaki meaning "grilled" or "broiled".