I've been to all of the other Hibachi-style eateries in Myrtle Beach - Ichiros, Yamato, Jimmys, Jimmyz, Kono, Miyabi, Osaka - and all of those places are garbage compared to Hana Teppanyaki. I could tell you about how the meat and rice quality gives Hana the advantage (they use sushi-grade rice and premium-level steak, shrimp, chicken, and seafood.) Or I could say that it's the price-level that I like (they're cheaper than the larger chains and only slightly more expensive than the fast food Hibachi joints, which are only fun if you enjoy vomiting after you eat.) Or I could say that it's the atmosphere that the owners - Stanley and Mickey - have created. Stanley cooks. Mickey makes sure everything else exceeds expectations. They're really two of the friendliest people in Carolina Forest. Or I could just say that you can go there and get a healthy, delicious meal well within your budget and be treated like a friendly neighbor: It's a no-brainer. Best Hibachi in Myrtle Beach, by far.