5 Standout Spots for Hibachi in Westchester

Fire, fried rice, and lots of meat — these are some of the county’s top locales.



Edo’s Japanese Steakhouse in Pelham

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Osaka

134 Wildey St, Tarrytown; 914.631.8888

With high marks for quality and a reputation as one of Westchester’s top hibachi spots, Osaka is worth a trip from close or far. The all-you-can-eat prix-fixe menu includes hibachi, sushi, and an array of classic Japanese dishes. Can’t decide what to get? Pair your hibachi dinner with Osaka’s signature Out of Control roll, a spicy tuna roll topped with eel and avocado. We promise you won’t leave hungry.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Edo Japanese Steakhouse

4787 Boston Post Rd, Pelham; 914.738.1413
140 Midland Avenue, Port Chester; 914.937.3333

So popular that it needs two locations, the Pelham restaurant is perpetually packed, while the Port Chester location is all about aesthetics with full-sized tree trunks placed like pillars and plenty of Japanese-style art. The food is classic hibachi, but loyal regulars know the best bite is the fried rice.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Last nights hibachi!!!! Steak and scallops😍

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Top Hibachi

80 Rte 6, Baldwin Place; 914.628.8899

Somers’ Top Hibachi will wow you before the menu hits the table. This bar and lounge boasts club-like décor, including full-service couch tables, neon lights, and today’s hit music. Come nighttime, the lights go out and the music turns up. Hibachi plates include rice and noodles (no choosing here), as well as vegetables and complimentary hibachi shrimp. Dare to order an appetizer? Choose the Peking-duck roll, a delicious combination of crispy duck, ginger, and scallion.

 

Banzai Hibachi

95 S Central Ave, Hartsdale; 914.997.7888

Entertainment is the name of the game at Banzai Hibachi with chefs who guarantee a show. A prime birthday location, the party menu bundles together a full hibachi meal, shumai, and gyoza, plus ice cream cake, for $30. A full sports bar and lounge with HD TVs streams the biggest games throughout the year.

 

Noda Hibachi

200 Hamilton Ave, White Plains; 914.949.0990

Standing the test of time, Noda has been in action for more than 30 years. With a prime location in White Plains and unique hibachi choices like sukiyaki, swordfish, and flounder, it’s no surprise that longevity and lots of returning customers go hand in hand.

 

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