Since 1964, the New York-born chain delivers modern Japanese flavors with a solid dose of American showmanship.
The pioneering name in Japanese grill-work sold the American market on teppanyaki cuisine. Over 50 years since it first began, The restaurant’s high-octane showmanship still has what it takes to entertain, but not at the expense of quality food. Beef is succulent, fish perfectly moist, and the sushi rolls fresh. The seats surrounding the performers-slash-chefs offer an easygoing atmosphere which suits most—from large parties and families to after-work teammates.
Since 1964, the New York-born chain delivers modern Japanese flavors with a solid dose of American showmanship. Watch the teppanyaki chef slice, dice and sear prime cuts of beef right before you, or explore creative dishes like Rocky’s” Mountain Sandwich Spicy salmon (spicy salmon, tobiko, Japanese onion, kaiware, rayu sauce, spicy mayonnaise). The decor is ideally suited for large parties, which sit surrounding the performers-slash-chefs.