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Instead of rubbing elbows with strangers, diners at Hibachi Xpress enjoy all the speed and flavor of communal hibachi cooking from the comfort of private tables. The locally owned and operated restaurant's expert chefs create high-quality, made-to-order hibachi cuisine and sushi sans showboating, thrusting their savory creations into the spotlight all on their own. Hibachi entrees such as the chicken and mixed vegetables are cooked with teriyaki sauce, fried or white rice, and zucchini and onions ($7.75), and tempura dishes such as the shrimp and vegetables take a dip into the hot-oil hot tub ($8).

2021 Creekside Landing Dr
Apex,
NC
US

With consummate showmanship, hibachi chefs grill lobster tails and shrimp in front of guests in Ginza Japanese Steak House & Sushi Bar’s modern dining room. Flames from the hibachi grill gleam off black tabletops surrounded by chairs arranged in a U-shape. Behind the sushi bar, chefs prepare california rolls alongside specialties such as the Mayflower, whose spicy tuna and fish eggs evoke the sea life that pilgrims used to catch by hand and throw at trees they suspected of practicing witchcraft. In the kitchen, cooks craft more traditional dishes such as chicken and salmon glazed in teriyaki sauce or veggies and shrimp fried tempura-style.

1077 Darrington Dr
Cary,
NC
US

1207 Kildaire Farm Rd
Cary,
NC
US

72% of 88 Urbanspooners like Wasabi. Citysearchers give the restaurant an average of four stars, and TripAdvisors give it an average of four owl eyes:

107 Edinburgh South Dr
Cary,
NC
US

At Teriyakin' we are dedicated to providing Fresh, Quality, and Healthy food choices to all of our customers. We select fresh quality meats and vegetables as we know this produces the best flavors. Our Teriyakin' sauces and dressing are made from fresh ingredients and we never use any MSG or additives to enhance our flavor

10970 Chapel Hill Rd
Morrisville,
NC
US

Asuka's delightfully diverse menu rolls out sushi classics alongside juicy steaks, hearty pastas, and tender seafood brimming with Asian flavors. Dig into panko-breaded don katsu—chicken or pork cutlets deep-fried to juicy crispness ($15)—or put a pile of chopsticks on the table and play pick-up sticks to determine who gets the first slice of a dragon roll ($11.95) or a rainbow roll ($9.95). The garlic teriyaki tuna ($17.95) keeps senses floating on seaside flavor clouds, and the bulgogi don buoys a convoy of potato noodles, thin beef slices, mushrooms, and veggies in a sweet soy broth ($16).

101 Keybridge Dr
Morrisville,
NC
US