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A Beginner's Guide to Hibachi and Japanese Steakhouse Dining

A Beginner’s Guide to Hibachi and Japanese Steakhouse Dining

If you’re new to Japanese dining, some of the menu terms and traditions may be unfamiliar to you. But once you can match the names to the delicious dishes, they’ll become a familiar favorite. Also, Japanese dining customs like pairing the best sake with your meal, or ordering at...
How to Cook a Hibachi-Style Dinner at Home

How to Cook a Hibachi-Style Dinner at Home

Shinto is prized for our Hibachi chefs’ knife-wielding wizardry, as well as our array of ingredient combinations spread out creatively over the specialty Hibachi tables. But we know, through our patrons’ curious questions, that many are interested in trying the techniques at home...
How Our Chefs Perfect the Onion Volcano

How Our Chefs Perfect the Onion Volcano

Head to Shinto Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Lounge for dinner and a show that you won’t soon forget. The hibachi chef loves the looks on diners’ faces as they watch the flames explode from the famous onion volcano. It’s one of the top tricks you’ll see...
How to Perfectly Pair Your Hibachi Meals and Drinks

How to Perfectly Pair Your Hibachi Meals and Drinks

When dining out, the right combination of food and drink can make your meal taste much better and lead to a more enjoyable experience. At Shinto Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Lounge, we offer a wide range of drink options to make it easy to create amazing food and drink...
Eating Healthy at a Hibachi Restaurant

Eating Healthy at a Hibachi Restaurant

Meals that are mostly protein and veggies are always healthy, aren’t they? Well, not necessarily. Hibachi dining can carry some pitfalls for those who need to be careful of what they eat. Of course, Shinto’s menu is packed with healthy options, but it helps to know how to steer...
5 Reasons to Celebrate Special Events at a Hibachi Restaurant

5 Reasons to Celebrate Special Events at a Hibachi Restaurant

Every single person who has eaten at a Hibachi restaurant remembers the experience. This style of dining is fun, upbeat and interactive. No other option offers the chance to sit with a group of friend (or strangers) and have a dining experience play out right before their eyes....