The 11 Best Places for Hibachi in Dallas

Hyejeong C.: Don't have time to wait? Get hibachi express for lunch and your hour lunch time will be more than enough to enjoy.

Namitta Shankar: Spicy tofu steak minus shrimp appetizer was delish. Best part-chef cooks it right before you hibachi style, so you know what goes in your meal.Service poor by all except… (3 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more.

HJ Sylvester: They have a drive thru! Hibachi chicken with rice and veggies is good.

Tyra Slater: Open for about 2 months and right across the street. Hot and fresh. Great prices and to go orders are a snap. Highly recommend hibachi chicken & rice but their udon noodles ate great too! 214-503-8888

JT Pittmanxorz: If you got the cash..the hibachi supreme is the way to go. Mang is the best server they have by far.

Jennifer Driggers: Hibachi is the only way to go! Dinner & entertainment all for a great price! Drinks are also very tasty.

Christie Crownover: The revolving sushi deal (5 sushi) with soup and salad for about $9 was good, with good sushi options! I love their mochi!

Hannah Schepps: My favorite sushi in town! And in general to be honest. They have amazing deals on sushi and I highly recommend doing the California roll combo. 2 sushi rolls for under 10 bucks! Hibachi is great too!

Christopher Christie: Japanese, Korean, hibachi, sushi, whatever you are in for.

Shana Watson: EXCELLENT hibachi place! I highly recommend this restaurant to anyone out there.

C K: Hibachi show was pretty boring but sushi was delish. Check for happy hour deals too most weekdays!

Maria J.: If you're ok with slooooooooooooow service and have time to wait…. Then go ahead. Food is good but they have limited hibachi cooks 😰

Kurt von Schleicher: Steaks! Love this place for lunch dinner with the marble and all the lit up trees outside. Take the elevator down and ask em the story of why it's underground. Pretty interesting.

Dulcita Coco: Honestly the best steak and restaurant experience I've had… in the country! I would go to Dallas just for Dakota's. Ask for a table waited on by Oscar – he's tremendous!

Dallas Observer: Little Katana on Travis Street is an inventive offshoot of the tiny sushi bar in the Galleria expanded to a full kitchen that prepares dishes with Japanese, Korean and Thai influences. Read more.

Danielle Mitchell: Tried the bento box, and was quite satisfied. Good quality food. The atmosphere is decent….minus the college kids. Definitely going to return.

10. The Cheesecake Factory

8.9

American Restaurant

· 85 tips and reviews

Arterbery: Many options and great! A few of my favorites are the Smokehouse BBQ Burger and the grilled salmon is superb! For dessert: try the Ultimate Red Velvet Cheesecake.

The Most Interesting Man in the WorldThe Most Interesting Man in the World: I’ve always said that if you’re going to spend a significant amount of time in a factory, it might as well be one that manufactures cheesecake.

Chris B.Chris Baccus: Split a meal. The portions are huge.