$10 for $20 Worth of Japanese Cuisine at Shogun Grill

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Chefs create teppenyaki dishes in front of diners; fresh sushi colored with cuts of salmon, tuna, eel, and soft-shell crab

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$10 for $20 Worth of Japanese Cuisine for Dinner

A large menu teems with handcrafted offerings such as teppenyaki steak ($17.95)—accompanied by onion soup, salad, shrimp appetizer teppenyaki veggies, and rice—a calamari bento box ($16.95), and a Shogun roll with shrimp tempura, crabmeat, jalapeños, and cream cheese ($11.95).

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Diners watch, transfixed, as a chef deftly chops, flips, and sears their meal in front of them while flames leap from the grill. This is Shogun Grill, where customers are often just a seat away from the culinary action.

The griddle-cooked teppenyaki dishes aren’t just for show, either. Packed with fresh chicken, steak, and vegetables, the entrees sate taste buds whose idea of a Japanese meal is more than just tipping a few soy-sauce packets into your mouth. The chefs also whip up fresh sushi starring salmon, eel, soft-shell crab, and smelt eggs.