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Choose Between Two Options
- $12 for $25 worth of Japanese food for dinner
- $6 for $12 worth of Japanese food for lunch
Flashily prepared teppanyaki entrees of filet mignon ($21.45) and hibachi lobster tails ($30.45) arrive with sides of salad, soup, a vegetable, and steamed or fried rice. Salad joins a sushi dinner that features 15 pieces of sashimi ($19.45), although diners can also select à la carte sushi rolls such as the russian roll with deep-fried onions and salmon ($5.50). At midday, lunchers enjoy hibachi feasts of sirloin ($9.50) or scallops ($11.50) as well as box lunches ($10.95+).
The hibachi chefs at Sakura Steakhouse don't just prepare mouthwatering cuts of filet mignon and lobster tail—they put on a performance while doing it. Flashes of fire join the flashes of fast-chopping knives, which might even flip morsels into the air for diners to catch in their mouths. The salivating audience enjoys front-row seats at C-shaped tables that embrace the restaurant's traditional hibachi grills, whose flat surfaces are ideal settings for warm naps. Over at the sushi bar, a sushi master takes the stage to craft specialty rolls with deep-fried salmon and cucumber or premium rolls such as the new orleans roll with spicy crawfish.
Sakura Steakhouse's decor supports the entertaining dining experience with traditional Japanese accents: a trio of curved samurai swords rests in a nook; a mural of kimono-clad women stretches above the sushi bar; and stalks of golden bamboo line the hallway that leads to the emergency exit, which leads to a mad scientist's underground lab. While soaking up the Eastern atmosphere, diners can sip imported and domestic beers, hot or cold sake, or Kikkoman plum wine.