Hibashi combines the drama of at-the-table Hibashi grilling, world-class artistry of sushi and high-energy entertainment of a Las
Choose from an array of full-flavor recipes, including amazing cuisine prepared at one of 14 show-stopping Hibashi grills throughout the restaurant. Sushi lovers select from more than 50 recipes of the freshest sushi at the 40-foot Sushi Bar, featuring the finest fish and seafood from oceans and streams around the globe.
Under the direction of Chef Kenny and Chef Kuma,the modern Sushi roll is taken to palate-pleasing extremes.Chef Kuma delights in creating original rolls with the flavors of Asia and America, inspiring the creation of original sauces to complement and enhance the tastes. Be sure to try the White Dragon Roll; Spicy Tuna, Fried Shrimp and cucumber topped with Super White Tuna. …
This is seriously the best sushi i've ever had in Dallas, very fresh fish, tasty ingredients and pretty presentation. The steak was also perfect in every way imaginable . Top quality in taste and consistency. Waitstaff were knowledgeable and attentive.I'm definately going to make this a group hangout spot since the restaurant has a cool eclectic vibe and not to mention a great wine list to choose from. I would highly recommend this place to family and friends. I so look forward to my next visit!!
Excellent sushi and rolls. I went there for the birthday party and it was great party, food,and drinks.
This place is so much fun for the whole family - from the flair shows to the fresh sushi and teppanyaki, we were pleasantly surprised. We have one vegetarian in the family and she gives Hibashi a thumbs up too for their griddled veggies.
Worst Customer Service Ever!! On my BIRTHDAY!!. I was honestly horribly disappointed with the service and treatment my party and I received here. From the hostess, to the waiter, to the Hibachi chef, everyone was downright rude. The hostess didn
Hibashi won't dissapoint!. I have lived in Dallas for 40 years and have seen some great restaurants come and go, and Hibashi is one of the best restaurants to come to Dallas in years! Does anyone remember Royal Tokyo on Greenville Avenue? Hibashi is reminiscent of them in the quality of their food and the taste. Their food is ALWAYS so fresh tasting and very flavorful without being salty. I am not a sushi fan, but most of my friends are and they say their sushi is amazing too! The location is the only downside of this restaurant simply because it's hard if not impossible to see from the Tollway if you aren't on the southbound service road. I have been eating here since they opened and have been so worried they might not make it simply because their location is not the greatest, but they seem to be hanging on! I have never had to wait for a teppan grill table at lunch or dinner and the service is great...they are very friendly from the moment you walk in the door. If you love great hibachi and sushi, then Hibashi is a no brainer. Once you try it, you'll be hooked! I even find myself getting food to go occasionally from the teppan grill because I need my fix!!!! Try it, you'll like it:-)
Sushi fanatic. I am a big-time sushi fan and this place has very good rolls. I actually liked some of their smaller roles better than the specialty rolls. But to each his own. All in all I will definitely be back.
I LOVE HIBASHI!!.
I love Hibashi! I have been going since the day it opened and it is still my favorite restaurant in Dallas. Caris is the best bartender and is so attentive. I love love the Heart Attack and the drink specials are amazing. The Rainbow Roll and the new Devil Roll are wonderful too.
Caris has gotten so good at his fire shows I love watching him get better and better! I recommend this place to EVERYONE I know.
a mixed bag but still a fun place. Hibashi is a fun place that is more about the experience than the cuisine. They do feature creative martinis and extensive sake options but the wine list is both limited and overpriced. As for the sushi itself, the nigiri was oversized, almost to the point of losing its delicacy, and it did not adhere to the rice very vell. There are a number of rolls to chose from, though, ranging from very good (spicy tuna, maui, baked eel) to just OK (fat man). The "King Kong" role was a nice twist on Bulkogi (marinated beef) and definitely worth a try; however the rice on the pulverized Ahi tower was undercooked. Overall this is a festive place to go when it's more about being seen than being fed.
I HATE ASIAN FOOD. I hate Asian food until I ate here. What is really bad is that when I eat at other places they don't compete with this great place and some are even more over priced. I love being able to get takeout and when I'm with my kids take them into Hibashi and they love two things. One the grea chefs who have fun with them and two the kid soda drinks. They are a little pricey cause you pay for each bottle but kids love them. Great for families. I LOVE HIBASHI'S.
Taste so good!!. The food here is so good....I went along with some friends to eat here and just absolutely loved it. It's a cool place for everyone to enjoy!!
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