What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- C$50 for a prix fixe four-course teppanyaki dinner for one, valid Tuesday–Friday (C$90 value)
- C$99 for a prix fixe four-course teppanyaki dinner for two, valid Tuesday–Friday (C$180 value)
For each person, dinner includes:
- Choice of starter: mixed-vegetable tempura (including asparagus, shitake mushrooms, sweet potato, red and green peppers, and broccoli) or california roll
- Choice of entree: teriyaki chicken, 8-oz. or 10-oz. hibachi steak, vegetarian saishoku, or hibachi ahi tuna
- Traditional side dishes, including Japanese onion soup, Benihana salad, shrimp (if ordering a meat entree), hibachi onions, zucchini, and mushrooms, and rice
- Choice of dessert: lemon-and-mandarin cheescake, ice cream, or sherbet
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 30, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 2 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Valid Tuesday-Friday only. Not valid on special event days or statutory holidays; other blackout days may apply. Valet parking is not included. HST and gratuity not included. Valid only for prix fixe menu. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Benihana Japanese Steakhouse
Located inside the near century-old Fairmont Royal York hotel, the lines separating dinner and theatre are blurred at Benihana Japanese Steakhouse. Or rather, they're chopped, sliced, and diced into a million pieces. This meld comes courtesy of the restaurant's teppanyaki chefs, who twirl their knives through the air amid a whirlwind of sizzling steak pieces, scallops, and diced vegetables cooked to order on tabletop grills. Up to seven guests sit around the grill to watch as their meal is prepared by the showboating chef, who turns cooking into performance art and mouthwatering food into spectacle. Since 1964, this show has spawned Benihana restaurants in nearly every corner of the globe, and though it's the juggling that draws diners to the tables, it's the end product—the food—that keeps them coming back.
Benihana's teppanyaki menu features filet mignon, lobster, scallops with shrimp, and ahi tuna, all of which are cooked hibachi-style and served with veggies, salad, soup, and the chef's headshot and Broadway résumé. Although the fresh sushi isn't prepared alongside a flaming onion volcano, its appearance is just as tantalizing. Also, exclusive to this Toronto location is the Izumi sake. Brewed from fresh Ontario spring water and prepared in accordance with traditional Junmai (pure rice) methods, this high-end sake bears a distinct fruity flavor and makes a perfect beverage to raise in reverence to your chef.