Prepare for a dining experience unlike any other. Watch as your personal chef performs the ancient art of Teppanyaki. Listen as razor-sharp blades ... More
Benihana - Beaverton
Prepare for a dining experience unlike any other. Watch as your personal chef performs the ancient art of Teppanyaki. Listen as razor-sharp blades slice through tender steak and juicy chicken. Take in the aroma of sizzling shrimp, lobster and savory vegetables. Or visit our sushi bar, where your sushi chef will prepare fresh nigiri, sashimi and specialty rolls, all with the same flair that made Benihana a legend in Japanese cuisine.
Great place to go for Birthday's and groups of people. It's a ton of fun and the food is amazing. Everyone in there is having fun so don't bring your quiet voice. All Japanese food from here is so good, I can't pick just one. I usually will get filet/steak and Shrimp. The drinks are so good but be careful they have a bite to them and make sure you aren't driving! I've been to many of these types of places around the country and still when it comes to where do I want to go? I will usually be craving Benihana's. What more is there to say? It's just a great place to go! Most would agree!
Wow, great experience, great food and great time had by all. We were kept entertained, ate well and really got along well with the other couples at our table. We have decided to go at least 4 times a year, we so deserve it.
I love the atmosphere and Felix our chef was amazing the time before last. However last time we came was a TRAIN WRECK. Service was fast, asking for food and forks that never came. Water wasn't filled... the chef (not Felix) did one or two things but couldn't keep the table or kids entertained. They seemed rushed and the servers seemed like they didn't care (rude). Still I love the sushi and atmosphere so I'll try again. I have been many times and it's realllly inconsistent service. Everyone at our table was leaning over trying to hear the other Chef because ours was SO BORING. Don't trust them to keep the kids entertained and FORGET ABOUT IT if you want a kid to split a meal. They brought us only one bowl and never would split our entres... we kept asking but they never bought a second bowl. We have three year old twins and they barely ate so splitting a meal would have been good... but the service was TERRIBLE.
Worst experience at a habatichi grill. Way over priced for the little of amount of food. look i'm not a whinner at all, but This place was bad enough to make me turn on my computer, sign in, and write a bad message! so if you don't believe me, you can find out on your own. If you do go, don't ask for anything that you don't see on teh menu or ask for anything extra, you will get charged OBSURD amounts (i.e. 2.50 cents for a 1/2 oz of hot sauce or the white sauce.
Horrible all around. We went today to combine my son's birthday with Easter lunch. We were rushed to order...and let me tell you, when you've never been there you really don't know what you're doing or how to order. The cook comes over and does ONE little trick. We have four kids and to keep them entertained we had to tell them to look at the other table with a different cook.
My son never got sung to even after we told our cook...the bus boy took all the plates and my son wasn't even done eating!
The waitress told my husband that the manager would be right out but 10 minutes later we decided to leave. I'll be calling them tomorrow.
HORRIBLE HORRIBLE HORRIBLE
$100 later and a bad taste in our mouth.
Thanks Benihana for making Easter and my son's birthday truly unmemorable!
Here is a perfect example of someone taking a good thing and making it bad. This is not a true Tepenyaki House. One thing is there are no Japanese, two the food is not even remotely Japanese quality, three it closer to a Wam-Bam thank you Mam type of place. The sushi and sashimi were not fresh and texture was bad quality.
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