Chefs at teppanyaki tables dazzle patrons as they flip shrimp and sizzle chicken over flames
What You'll Get
- $30 Worth of Japanese Teppanyaki Cuisine For Two Or More People
The Fine Print
About Osaka House
The red teppanyaki tables inside Osaka House host pyrotechnic performances from chefs who quickly slice, toss, and set aflame pieces of meat or veggies. Hibachi entrees run the gamut from chicken and filet mignon to swordfish and lobster, and each dish is accompanied by a shrimp appetizer, soup, salad, vegetables, and seasoned rice. Diners can dig into such favorites as egg rolls and california rolls, or simply bowl them across tables into pyramids made of straws.