Chopsticks require skill, practice, and concentration to master, similar to riding a bike or building computers with your mind. Improve your meal-manipulating manners with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of Japanese cuisine at Hibashi Teppan Grill & Sushi Bar.
Hibashi's trained chefs whip up creative concoctions and classic Japanese cuisine at 14 large hibachi stations and a 40-foot-long sushi bar. Soaring, culinary-institute-educated flames cook Teppan dishes on flat hibachi grills directly in front of diners’ eyes and eager stomachs. Observe master spatula-wielders prepare and sizzle chicken ($17), New York strip ($19), Atlantic salmon ($18), and an array of carnivore- or vegetarian-friendly combinations.
In addition to seafood, steak, and noodle-loaded entrees, an eclectic collection of sushi varieties (subject to availability) punctuates Hibashi's gastronomic landscape. Sashimi and nigiri styles include fine, fresh nuggets of naval nourishment, such as flounder halibut ($5.50–$13), smelt roe ($4.50 or $12), and Izumidai snapper ($4–$12). A hefty helping of special rolls is packed with diverse flavors, such as the King Kong, stuffed with thinly sliced beef rib eye, pineapple, cucumber, and creamy sauce under a flurry of tempura flakes and scallions ($11). The Pink Panther, a wrapping of tuna, salmon, avocado, and cucumber topped with even more tuna and salmon, is served on fire, allowing tongues to put their stop-drop-and-roll lessons to use before returning to the scene of the blaze ($14).
Hibashi Teppan Grill & Sushi Bar
Towering ceilings and multicolored lights lend Hibashi Teppan Grill & Sushi Bar a hip, high-energy vibe. The flicker of open flames adds to that ambiance as hibachi chefs sear jumbo scallops, new york strip steaks, and other teppan specialties at 14 tableside hibachi grills. Chefs flip the succulent ingredients through the air as tables of diners watch, entranced.
Fire makes another appearance behind a 40-foot sushi bar, where chefs fashion carefully selected fish into rolls such as the Pink Panther, a medley of tuna, salmon, avocado, and cucumber served flaming with a side of replacement eyebrows. Patrons can also opt for pan-Asian noodle dishes, Korean-style beef short ribs, or entrees such as the Tempura Heaven basket with lotus, sweet pumpkin, oysters, and other battered morsels. Bartenders mix and pour an extensive list of cocktails, sake, wine, and beer to pair with dinner selections.
13465 Inwood Rd.
Farmers Branch, Texas 75244Get Directions