Had the set menu. Ample and good food. Not a busy night but the service for food and beverage was brilliant.
Food quality was excellent. Bentos chosen by both of us was Served promptly. Menu is very extensive and the environment clean and tidy. Went for lunch and it’s very popular with business folk.
Good value Japanese
Hibachi undoubtedly has some of the best 7 most authentic Japanese food I have ever had. Service wasn't great but that doesn't impact on the food. I would always recommend the Deluxe Banquet but only if you are extra hungry!
Good food and speedy service. Perfect for a quick meal or multiple courses over the evening.
Really enjoyed our team dinner at Hibachi
Delicious and fresh food with great service.
Table of 8 people. Food took an hour to come out, with the first being served no less than 15 minutes before the last meaning some people were done before others had started. Food was good and the pricing is reasonable. Would go again as smaller group or solo but not as a big group again.
The food is excellent, really fresh. BYO is handy too!
Weeknight early dinner, very quiet. Great food. Staff not as attentive but delicious fresh food.
This place is great for business lunches - good for a lighter option
Excellent food and fast service. Great for lunch or dinner.
Love the Volcano rolls. A must when dinning here. Great place, great food, great value.
had a lunch bento, was on the higher scale but was good value for a splurge. nice and quiet, suitable for a business catch up
A great find. Excellent food for a reasonable price.
Lovely food and great service.
Great food and service.
Great sushi and sashimi bento box and very reasonably priced.
Great japanese food in the quieter end of the business district.
Excellent food and service
230 King Street, 3000, Melbourne, Australia
Situated in busy King Street, Hibachi Japanese Grill is a relaxing haven away from the hustle and bustle, with 4 cosy and elegant Tatami rooms perfect for functions or business meetings. The word hibachi is a combination of the Japanese words Hi (fire) and bachi (bowl). Using charcoal as a burning source, the hibachi was generally found in the homes of nobility. The counter bar seats give you an up-close experience, watching the chef at the Robata Yaki Grill. Known for fabulous Sushi and Sashimi as well as an interesting A’ la Carte menu, there is also table cooking featuring Sukiyaki, Shabu-shabu and Yosenabe.
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