If you said yes to any of those three questions, you may be thrilled about Centerville’s newest buffet and hibachi hybrid called Tokyo Grill Sushi and Hibachi Buffet. This restaurant has recently opened in the old Rue Dumaine location near Sams Club on 725 near Lyons Rd.
The Food Adventures Crew was impressed with the all you can eat sushi roll choices made constantly and replaced on the bar. We also loved the service of their hibachi grill. You pick the ingredients, they cook it and bring it to your table. This place is a cross between Mongolian Grill and a Chinese Buffet with good sushi. To us the best part was the Sashimi (raw sushi with no rice).
Let’s give you the scoop – you gotta try this place….
HERE’S THE SKINNY on TOKYO GRILL SUSHI and HIBACHI BUFFET:
—Tokyo Grill Sushi & Hibachi Buffet is located at 1061 Miamisburg-Centerville Road in Washington Twp.
— They are open seven days a week from 11am to 10pm.
— This is considered an upscale, “high end buffet.” Lunch is around $12.99 and Dinner is around $18.99. Drinks are not included.
—This is one of the few times we suggest you go for dinner instead of lunch and here is why: a) more sashimi offerings on the bar b) Shrimp and more seafood included in the raw meat section of the hibachi grill. These 2 reasons alone are worth the price difference. You eat 2 pieces of sashimi and you have made up the difference price wise.
— The restaurant seats 90 and they pack them in, sometimes tightly. If you go on “off hours” it is not as busy.
—The owner has a couple of other locations in different states and decided to invest in a Dayton location because he was told it is a “friendly market.”
— The restaurant consists of 4 bars –
Bar 1 is desserts and raw sashimi (sushi with no rice)
Bar 2 is cooked and raw sushi rolls and nigiri (sliced sushi on top of rice).
Bar 3 is Chinese Food, Appetizers and soup
Bar 4 is the Hibachi Grill with meat and vegetable choices.
There are so many dishes here – but we are going to tell you the best of the best …
THE MUST EATS at TOKYO GRILL SUSHI and HIBACHI BUFFET:
—THE SASHIMI (Raw sushi with no rice):
The raw Salmon is amazing.
The raw Tuna is a treat, this is a rare chance to load up. There are White Tuna, Octopus and sometimes Mackrel and Yellowtail slices in the sashimi section as well.
—THE SUSHI ROLL BAR:
There are dozens rolls with crab, salmon, tuna, eel and more in them with avocado, cream cheese and other ingredients. Some are even deep fried sushi rolls.
The Salmon and Tuna Nigiri (slices of raw meat on top of rice) are incredible.
—THE HIBACHI BAR:
Choices of meat include salmon, scallops, steak, chicken, shrimp, calamari, imitation crab meat and tofu. The vegetable selection is huge! You can choose to have your ingredients stir fried and served with brown rice, white rice, thin noodles, or thick noodles (udon).
—THE VANILLA PUDDING CUPS:
We would be remiss if we didn’t mention the vanilla pudding cups on the dessert bar with a vanilla wafer on top. A perfect end to a night of indulgence.
If you are a hibachi or sushi fan at all, or if you love seafood, this place is worth a visit. Heavily
stacked with seafood from calamari, to cooked and raw fish, there are a lot of high quality items on this buffet not usually found in an “all you can eat environment.” In other words, if you are one of those people who spends $20 on two sushi rolls and walks out of the restaurant hungry, this could be your new favorite place. Take advantage of the hibachi grill, soup area and all the amenities.
Tokyo Grill Sushi and Hibachi Buffet is a fun treat when your hungry for a seafood feast! If you do not like seafood you can load up on steak and chicken at the hibachi buffet and a couple of chicken dishes at the Chinese bar.
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This place is a great chance to sample delicacies like Octopus, Squid, and other seafoods you might not ever try. Give it a shot!
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