Chefs cook up dinners of filet mignon, salmon, and shrimp at tableside grills or prepare sushi rolls made with salmon roe and octopus
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$16 for $30 worth of hibachi and sushi dinner for two or more people
Knives flash and fires flare inside Fuji Steak House's elegant dining room, but there's no reason to panic—it's all part of the show. During teppanyaki dinners, chefs sear up sizzling sirloin, lobster tails, bonsai scallops, and even a vegetarian tofu option right at the table. Diners then enjoy these meals fresh off the grill along with soup, salad, and a complimentary shrimp appetizer.
But the hibachi grill isn't the only place chefs work their magic. They also create elaborate sushi specialties such as the fire maki with flying fish roe and smoked salmon, the snow mountain maki with king crab and mango, and the scorpion with eel and shrimp.