Iron Chef Café uses the heat of the wok, grill, and frying pan to creatively fuse the diverse flavors of traditional Asian cuisines. The menu is peppered with dishes made with the freshest possible ingredients, never with added MSG. Start with an order of crispy Asian lettuce wraps with chicken ($6.29) or shrimp ($7.49) or a plate of crab wontons ($3.95/four), and cleanse your palate with a warm bowl of egg-flower soup ($2.29/small). Specialty dishes from the Japanese grill, served with your choice of brown or white rice, satisfy savory seekers with teriyaki and hula bowls topped with chicken, steak, shrimp, or tofu ($5.49–$7.29) and mixed tempura ($6.79). Meanwhile, a wide variety of fresh wok bites delights with classic stir fries including crispy orange-peel chicken ($7.25), Thai-basil tofu ($6.69), and Mongolian beef ($7.95). For lighter fare, throw back a few fresh sushi rolls ($3.99–$7.49), or indulge in an Iron Chef signature dish such as the honey-walnut shrimp ($9.95) or spicy eggplant ($7.45), both served with brown or white rice. The café also offers a selection of low-carb and dim-sum bites.
An intimate atmosphere and Japanese comfort food are what await patrons at Wabi Sabi Japanese. The fried seafood dishes hit the right spot for diners, and the steak and lobster dishes are worth the wait. The rolls are fresh, and the restaurant is dedicated to serving delicious Japanese cuisine. Guests rave about the lunch specials and the charismatic chefs. For first-timers in the sushi department, the chefs will helpfully recommend the best options based on your flavor preferences. Dishes are perfectly presented with color combinations placed in a well-thought-out manner. Reservations are accepted and encouraged, and children are welcome to dine as well. Visit Wabi Sabi Japanese for tasty Japanese cuisine.
Since its inception in 1964, Benihana has become synonymous worldwide with the Japanese steak house. Indeed, Benihana was America’s first teppanyaki restaurant that quickly spread across the country and around the world. At a teppanyaki (teppan means “steel grill” and yaki means “grilled”), food is prepared by a knife-wielding, joke-telling chef who stands at the afore-mentioned steel grill surrounded by guests seated at a wooden eating surface. The preparation is always interesting to watch and the food is both delicious and nutritious. Ontario, California is home to one of the 116 Benihana locations where the chefs are just waiting to entertain both your eyes and your taste buds.
Tokyo Wako is Ontario, Canada's premier Japanese Steak House and Sushi Bar. A great place to bring family and friends, Tokyo Wako prides itself on its artful hibachi cooking, wowing guests with its expert chefs' skills. All Tokyo Wako chefs are trained in the Teppan-yaki style of Japanese cooking. Using only the finest and freshest ingredients, you and your guests will definitely enjoy watching your food prepared right before you, and then getting to enjoy it right away. Beside their amazing entrees, don't forget to consider Tokyo Wako's appetizers and desserts. Come hungry, you won't be disappointed.
Customers rave about the fresh food at Yuzu Sushi. The menu offers several types of fish, squid, octopus, eel and more. There are also special rolls, bento boxes, salads, noodle soups and $1 sushi options. At Yuzu Sushi, it’s all about the food. But the ambience isn't bad either; underneath the see-through floor is a koi fish pond to set the mood. Other perks include their all-you-can-eat option and a special deal: you can get a free appetizer if you bring in a movie ticket and make a $10 minimum purchase. The sushi is always made fresh at Yuzu Sushi.