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What You'll Get
Watching chefs prepare your dinner ensures that they are using fresh ingredients instead of arranging pictures cut from the menu atop a bed of rice. See food with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $41 for a hibachi dinner with wine for two (up to an $82 total value)
- $82 for a hibachi dinner with wine for four (up to a $164 total value)
- $123 for a hibachi dinner with wine for six (up to a $246 total value)
Each guest enjoys one hibachi entree (up to a $29 value each) and one glass of wine (up to a $12 value each). Chefs prepare entrees of chicken, swordfish, or filet mignon tableside––all served with mushroom soup, house salad, veggies, two shrimp pieces, fried rice, and noodles. See the menu for a complete list of hibachi entrees.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required; subject to availability. Dine-in only. Valid only on single item hibachi dinners. Valid only for single hibachi dinners and wine after expiration, not a voucher for price of Groupon purchased. Not valid for specials or holidays. Not redeemable for cash. Doesn't cover tax or gratuity. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Yume Hibachi Steak & Sushi
With practiced flips and slices, a Yume hibachi chef sears scallops and filet mignon on sizzling Hibachi grill with equal parts showmanship and culinary prowess. A billow of flames funnels steam into an overhead ventilation chamber whose polished metal reflects carved wooden ceiling borders, a labyrinth of glowing lights, and hungry pizza-delivery boys peeking in the windows. When the kitchen doors fly open, a friendly server erupts into the dining room, his arms lined with made-to-order udon noodles, tender teriyaki chicken, and shrimp and veggies in light tempura breading. These entrees join artfully wrapped sushi and sashimi on tables, the grain of whose wood is so prominent it could be carved from tiger's eye stone.