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Inside, the 28-year-old music producer has created a space devoted to fun — from the full-size Skittles vending machine to the dining table’s built-in hibachi grills.
By the pool there is a bar and a gazebo with a hibachi grill.
Among living spaces is a chef's kitchen with smokeless hibachi grills and a master suite with two walk-in closets and a private terrace.
Open since 1954, the restaurant has evolved to include Thai and Japanese food, with a big back room full of huge hibachi grills.
But the best way to jump into a Japanese feast is with the hibachi experience, served with miso soup, salad, veggies, fried rice, noodles, and your choice of everything from chicken to filet mignon and scallops to lobster.
Pinterest Tori Spelling has put the kibosh on her legal beef with Benihana after sustaining a burn at the popular hibachi restaurant.
A new occupant — a restaurant specializing in hibachi — is expected to take over after renovations.
Before opening his first business in partnership with his mother, Adelina Claro, in June 2015, Chang worked as a hibachi chef at Benihana restaurants in Florida and has held other chef positions in Ohio, Texas, and Milwaukee.
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Origin and Etymology of hibachi
First Known Use: 1863See Words from the same year
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Definition of hibachi for English Language Learners
: a small grill (sense 1b) for cooking food over charcoal
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