Grab a group of friends and get ready to have your food cooked in front of you while knives fly. Here’s a look at the top five hibachi restaurants in Las Vegas.

1 Shibuya

Shibuya’s Teppan Room extends out from the main dining area. Gather around the impressive grill with hot pink, stainless steel canopies suspended overhead. The tiny room only seats 30, so your vantage point. Dinner includes organic field greens with apple yuzu vinaigrette, lobster or miso soup, California farmers’ market organic vegetables and tamaki rice and a pastry chef’s dessert trip. Try the half Australian lobster tail, four-ounce Angus tenderloin and three tiger prawns or the half Australian lobster tail, two day boat scallops, two tiger prawns and two ounces of sustainable seasonal catch.

Shibuya
MGM Grand, 702-891-3001

2 Hamada of Japan

The Teppan Grill within Hamada of Japan has been serving up for the past two decades in Vegas. Knife-wielding chefs slice up steaks, shrimp, lobster and marinated chicken.

Hamada of Japan
365 E. Flamingo Rd.; 702-733-3005
3555 Las Vegas Blvd. S.; 702-733-3455
Rio, 3700 W. Flamingo Rd.; 702- 777-2770

3 Geisha House Steak & Sushi

Order the Geisha Special with your choice of filet mignon, chicken and lobster along with an appetizer, soup and salad, hibachi shrimp, veggies and fried rice.

Geisha House Steak & Sushi
3751 E. Desert Inn Road; 702-451-9814
6572 N. Decatur Blvd.; 702-399-3329
6125 S. Fort Apache Road; 702-914-8821
3650 S. Decatur Blvd.; 702-453-3377

4 Benihana

Chefs demonstrate their skills nightly on hibachi tables, where a full-range of unique and traditional dishes are prepared to order. Try the hibachi chicken, teriyaki steak or filet mignon, or make it a combination dinner that blends hibachi steak and king salmon or lobster tail. Dinner includes Hibachi shrimp, Japanese onion soup, Benihana salad with ginger dressing, steamed rice and green tea.

Benihana
Las Vegas Hilton
3000 Paradise Road
702-732-5755 or 702-732-5821

5 Osaka Japanese Cuisine

Whether you want sushi, teppanyaki or tatami, Osaka has it all. The Asahi Shukan, Japan’s largest weekly newspaper, named it one of the 50 best Japanese restaurants, and the only outside of Japan to receive the honor.

Osaka Japanese Cuisine
7511 W. Lake Mead Blvd.; 702-869-9494
4205 W. Sahara Ave.; 702-876-4988
10920 S. Eastern Ave., Henderson; 702-616-3788

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