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The cooks at Si Señor Mexican Restaurant use only fresh ingredients to prepare traditional Mexican cuisine and signature entrees. They infuse guacamole with Serrano peppers for piquant spice, wrap shrimp in bacon and stuff them with jalapenos and cheese, and fire up the grill to make La Oaxaqueña, a dish of sliced steak topped with poblano peppers, melted cheese, bacon, and ham. Margaritas are another specialty, made with house-made sour mix and flavored with banana, raspberry, and other fruits.
The scrape of knives being sharpened, flames shooting from the teppanyaki grill?these are but two signs that another meal has begun at Hibachi Japanese Steakhouse. Here, chefs toss teriyaki salmon filets and 22-ounce rib eye steaks with housemade sauces and seasonings, all before diners' eyes. The feasts come complete with Japanese onion soup, salad, shrimp, and grilled veggies.
While hibachi chefs man their grills, sushi chefs artfully assemble 20 specialty and deep-fried rolls. The latter category features a roll named for the restaurant itself?the Hibachi?jam-packed with filet mignon and cream cheese. Raw specialties, meanwhile, include the Halloween roll, a mixture of spicy and white tuna topped with black tobiko, a tastier alternative to melted-down candy corn. Complemented by more than 10 cocktails, feasts unfold inside Hibachi's five eateries in Independence, Fairview Park, Mentor, Highland Heights, and Erie.
The flames dance atop the hibachi grill, reaching higher than the chef’s head. It is an impressive sight, to say the least, and one guests get to experience up close as chefs chop and flip chicken, steak, and shrimp right at the table. The hibachi master's creative efforts are rivaled only by the eatery’s sushi chefs, who tuck tuna, chili tobiko, and radish sprouts inside rolls shaped like caterpillars, turtles, and DNA strands.