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Named after the Japanese word for "demon," Oni Japanese Steak House vanquishes demon-level hunger pangs with authentic Japanese food. That means sizzling hibachi dinners, each one a flavorful combination of seared steak, chicken, seafood, or veggies alongside soup, salads, and rice. The restaurant's also home to a full-scale sushi bar, where dozens of inventive rolls embody the seemingly limitless potential combinations of fish, vegetables, rice, and seaweed. Try the Red Evil roll, for example, which pairs spicy crab salad and steamed shrimp with generous helpings of tempura crunch, eel sauce, and a little extra spice.