After a week in America, we were craving something that wasn't deep fried in a bun with a side of fries. We were offered to dine either Hibatchi or Teppanyaki, having no idea what either of these meant we chose Hibatchi. This turned out to be the general restuarant area with a mostly Japanese selection of food and small section offering various grilled meats. The prices were very reasonable, not coming to more than $10 per person.
Friends of ours opted for Sushi, which they thoroughly enjoyed. My partner had the special for one, consisting of onion soup and a steak & chicken stir-fry with a side of egg fried rice - he didn't leave a thing, and said it was the best noodle dish he'd ever had! I had the teryaki chicken with boiled rice which was deliciour and very filling. We enjoyed it so much, we went back a few days later to try out the teppanyaki dining.
As we had speculated, this was a large japanese table, seating around 10 people with it's own personal chef who cooked your food in-front of you. The Chef certainly knew what he was doing and performed various tricks during the process to keep the diners entertained. We would highly recommend this if you've not done it before!
Its an experience you'll never forget.
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