This Japanese food joint features the typical chef dynamics on the hibachi grill as entertainment. So while you wait for the grub you watch it diced, ... More
Shogun Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar
This Japanese food joint features the typical chef dynamics on the hibachi grill as entertainment. So while you wait for the grub you watch it diced, cooked, flipped and flopped all over the place at speeds that almost defy sight. While Shoguns is perfect for a group or even when dining alone, if you care to have intimate conversation this is not the place to do it. All meals are served to groups of 10 as the comical chefs prepare food fresh on the hibachi grill. Choose from chicken, steak or shrimp stir-fry, or a combination
We started eating at Shogun in 1985. We had been on vacation and I had promised my youngest son that we would eat at a Japanese restaurant while on vacation. Got home without making good on my promise, but had heard of Shogun. We made a trip from Pine Bluff to Little Rock, and it turned out to be the most enjoyable meal any of us had ever eaten. We now invent excuses to go to Shogun. Of course Steve, the owner also has three other restaurants in Little Rock/North Little Rock, but our favorite will always be Shogun.
We loved going there for lunch at least twice a week and dinner maybe once or twice a month. Whenever we have a birthday party or if someone visits us, we always take them there.
Recently the prices have gone way up. No more Promotions i guess. We don't go there as much now but we still think it's a cool palace to go.
I was on a soccer message board(Stoke City) talking to other fans about the best steak house they have been to.
This was easy for me I have never tasted a steak like the one i had at Shoguns even though it was five years ago and the longer I stay in the UK i dont think I ever will.
This japanese steakhouse is by far the best in town, all the chefs are very professional, have extended experience. We have been coming there for 18 years and have never been disappointed. The sauces used are in house made, and equivalents from other japanese restaurants do not even come close.
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