benihana: "The best teppanyaki in town" Benihana Tip by venteeocho

Benihana, Miami: 1 reviews and 1 photos


Rocky Aoki, founder of Benihana, was first introduced to the teppan-style of cooking in the early 1940's. Today teppanyaki cooking is also known as hibachi. In Japan, the preparation of food is an art form and teppanyaki is no exception. During its 200 year history this form of tabletop cooking has developed into a highly refined and beautiful form of expression, characterized by an intricate combination of presentation and knife skills. In 1964 when Benihana opened its first restaurant in New York, the elegant art of teppanyaki cooking was finally introduced to America.

Favorite Dish: Benihana restaurants are traditional Japanese-style hibachi steakhouses - called "teppanyaki." At Benihana, your meal is prepared and served by performing chef, right at your table. Diners can choose from a variety of fresh sushi and other Japanese favorites.

Address: 1665 79th Street Causeway, North Bay Village, FL 33141
Price Comparison: more expensive than average
Directions: 8717 S.W. 136 Street, Miami, Florida 33176
othercontact: 954 776 0111
Phone: Telephone: (305) 238-2131
Price: US$41 and up
Rating: 4
Theme: Japanese/Sushi

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  • Updated Aug 14, 2007
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