Hibachi dining has become popular across the world, but Fuji Steakhouse's staff members attempt to replicate a Japanese dining experience more thoroughly. They have their guests sit on the floor beneath bamboo screens in private tatami rooms, where waiters deliver tempura, teriyaki, and udon dishes. In the main dining room, the restaurant's Asian prints and wooden-latticework panels pay homage to Japan’s culture, and flames dance on oversized hibachi tables as chefs toss shrimp and steak onto guests’ plates. Another team of chefs mans the sushi bar, like a guitarist manning the stage or a drummer manning an oil drum. There, they enfold ingredients such as caviar and lightly spiced crawfish into 19 specialty rolls.
Curating a menu that often shifts with the seasons to offer the freshest, locally sourced fare, Carolina 1663's executive chef Ches McClane has managed to add an air of refinement to contemporary Southern cuisine while keeping it casual. Highlights include fried chicken with collard greens, and creamy grits crowned with prawns and smoked sausage. You can enjoy dinner in the dining room, out by the Sheraton's pool, or inside your own brain by forging a profound connection with someone who's at the restaurant right now.
We pride ourselves of delicious food, a knowledge staff and affordable prices. We make everything in house using fresh, local ingredients. Enjoy our raw and steam seafood selections or our hand-cut steaks. Our atmosphere allows for intimate date nights, family dinners and group parties.
We are a family owned restaurant, feeding our little corner of the world with an eclectic mix of fin dishes from around the world. Mediterranean-inspired cuisine takes several side trips to parts of Europe, Asia and the Middle East. We use mostly organic produce and offer the finest dining experience for you and family.