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Dinner and a show is usually considered a special occasion, but it can be an everyday experience at Iron Chef. Here, teppanyaki chefs create a dazzling spectacle for the diners seated around their hibachi cooktop, complete with flame and daring knife tricks. Best of all, they're preparing tasty morsels throughout, including sautéed vegetables and fried rice, before ending with a delectable entree such as filet mignon, salmon, scallops, or shrimp.
The Japanese restaurant also hosts quieter meals at its regular tables. Guests may opt for a sushi-only dinner, choosing from specialty rolls or skillfully sliced sashimi. Alternatively, entrees range from traditional Japanese—like yaki udon, grilled miso black cod, chicken katsu—to dishes from all over Asia, including pad thai, bulgogi, and kung pao shrimp.