At Yamato Hibachi and Sushi, diners can sample dishes from both sides of the temperature spectrum. Hot Japanese steakhouse dishes of strip steak and grilled salmon are served alongside cool sushi and sashimi meals. At fiery hibachi grills, chefs blend well-honed showmanship with culinary skill, whipping up feasts of lobster tail, filet mignon, salmon, and chicken before patrons's eyes. Beyond the grill, the menu features hearty meals of pork katsu and noodle-filled udon soups, as well as tempura-stuffed specialty maki and delicate nigiri made with freshly caught fish, octopus, and surf clam. The staff are also happy to celebrate birthdays and special occasions with singing and clapping.
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Aikia Steakhouse's staff goes beyond providing food: the chefs make elegant presentation a core part of the dining experience. From arranging sushi rolls artfully on plates to sizzling hibachi entrees on teppanyaki tables right in front of customers, the team takes the doldrums out of dining without the use of motorcycles. Their menu catalogs 20 hibachi dinners, including filet mignon, 28 maki and hand rolls, and several lunch specials. The decor is as upscale as the culinary presentation, with rows of plants set against wood accents and shoji screens marking private tatami rooms.
Most chefs don’t want to hear about how they should prepare a meal; but at Providence Prime chefs welcome patrons to share how they like their premium steaks to be cooked and served. Located on historic Federal Hill, the steakhouse offers diners a chance to order steaks topped with a blue-cheese or horseradish crust, or smothered in bernaise or hollandaise sauce. Steaks are served with side dishes such as mac-and-cheese or peas and bacon, and options from the sea include crab legs, yellowfin tuna, and fishermen's boots. Desserts such as housemade tiramisu, key lime pie, and vanilla-bean crème brûlée finish out each meal, which can be paired with a selection from a list that offers more than 300 wines.
Ten Prime Steak & Sushi's executive chef, Lou Cruz, char grills a carnivorous array of hand-cut Prime and Certified Angus steaks. Each one has been aged for a minimum of 28 days and is accompanied by a complex sauce?always made in-house, sometimes via a two-day process. His juicy and flavorful steaks earned the restaurant The Providence Phoenix's best steakhouse award in 2011 and 2012.
Chef Cruz also whips up other specialties with equal care, including house-made meatloaf, swordfish, and velvety day boat scallops. On the lighter side, a full sushi bar serves up colorful nigiri and maki, including one made with Maine lobster, beef carpaccio, and truffle-chili oil. Diners can wash it all down with their choice of specialty cocktails and 14 wines by the glass.
Multi-colored brick walls surround Osaka?s dining room, interrupted here and there by the distinct blue glow of a backlit fish tank or the white aura from overhead lanterns. But diners would be remiss if they didn?t keep their eyes squarely in front of them. The tabletop hibachi grill becomes center stage, and the waiter?donning dress whites, a red hat, and sharpened blades?becomes the evening?s performer. In a show of knife-wielding wizardry, he slices and dices sizzling portions of meats, veggies, and eggs, his blades a blur of silvery glints as the morsels are tossed and grilled to perfection before making their way onto each diner?s plate, piping hot and ready to be devoured.
At this hibachi-style Japanese steakhouse, helpings of fillet mignon, salmon, scallops, and chicken are cooked before each guest's eyes, merging the performing arts and culinary arts like a magician pulling a coin from an omelet. Equally as deft at their craft are the sushi chefs, who mete out robust rolls stuffed with kobe beef, asparagus, mango, and onion, or chopped king grab, salmon, and ikuru. As a finishing touch, many variations of hot and cold sake arrive from the tiled bar, where guests will also find a house plum wine, cocktails, and Japanese beers.