Cuisine: Japanese, Fish & Seafood, Steak & Barbecue
Contact:+1 417 332 0260
Open Hours: Lunch: 11:30a-2p Su-F, Dinner: 4:30p-10p
Among all the shows in Branson, this has to be one of the best. A sushi chef prepares your dinner among flying knives, flipping spatulas and a little ... More
Shogun Japanese Steak & Sushi
Among all the shows in Branson, this has to be one of the best. A sushi chef prepares your dinner among flying knives, flipping spatulas and a little comedy added in for spice. The menu includes entrees such as Hibachi Scallops (USD16.95), Sukiyuki Steak (USD15.95), Hibachi Chicken & Shrimp (USD19.95) and Hibachi Filet Mignon & Shrimp (USD20.95). Your meal is served with soup, salad, two-piece shrimp appetizer, steamed or fried rice, and vegetable. Domestic and imported wines are available, and beer is on the menu as well.
I have eaten at this Shogun many times and have always been satisfied. Their food is delicious every time I go! Some chefs are better performers than others. Bring your kids for a new experience.
We usually eat at lunch and have better service and value for the same food.Many coupons available online and in brochures to make it a better value.
FYI: Restaurants in Branson (in general) serve poor quality food and have borderline service. We go to Branson 2-3 times per year and have found this is one of the few restaurants worth returning to.
i went to shogun to eat steak house, and
taste and service everything good.
my son really liked when they made volcano fire.. also try some rolls over there, and they were good. i think only that place good for sushi in the branson
We went to Shogun because we have been other times to others in various locations and always enjoyed them. Here, we had the rudest waitress I have ever had. We told her ahead of time we had our sons birthday to celebrate. They never even acknowledged it. When we asked about it, the waitress said "I guess I can get the boy some ice cream". He was upset, because usually they sing, bring a dessert etc.. Everyone there was rude. It's pricey too.
I sat at the sushi bar at Shogun this evening and ordered sushi for dinner. The chef behind the sushi counter was incredibly rude and acted annoyed that he had to make sushi for my friend and me. I wanted a to custom order a roll so I picked a roll off of the menu that had the ingredients I wanted and asked the chef to tempura fry it. He responded as if I was stupid. He shook his head at me and asked several condescending questions making it apparent that he thought I didn't understand what I was ordering. I was very offended by his actions and will not eat at Shogun again. This was one of the worst dining experiences I have had in years. On a more positive note, if you are in Branson and want sushi, I would recommend the Sushi House. (I had planned to eat there, but they had run out of sushi rice, which is why I ended up at Shogun in the first place).
I have eatten here many times over the past 3 years! I have noticed the last couple times i have been there they have cut there portions! The food was good but not enough for what they charge. They used to give u a lot of food for the money. You never left there hungry. Last night and the last time i was there they just cut there portions! Which i believe is the downfall that any resturant can do! Raise the price and cut the portions wont go back anymore!
First time my family of 5 ever left food on the plate. Especilly at a Shoguns', have eaten at many of them. All of our food was either burnt and seasonings were not to Shoguns' typical standerds. This was not just my family, it was the whole tables attitude. By the way I did say something about it to head person, did I get a discount? What do you think. My bill $126.00
The food was not like other shogun, we did not recieve grilled shrimp with are meal or ice cream at the end. The chief did not perform as well either. The atmosphere was not like the one in tulsa, ok which is great.
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