In Japan, the preparation of food is considered an art in itself. Fortunately, for American diners, Benihana brings that art-minded cooking style stateside, elevating it with entertaining teppanyaki-style preparation.
At Benihana’s Sugar Land location, diners find a varied menu filled with top-notch Japanese cuisine and chefs skilled in the teppanyaki cooking tradition. Characterized by an intricate combination of presentation and knife skills, teppanyaki cooking has developed into a highly refined and beautiful form of expression. Benihana is proud to have introduced the elegant art of teppanyaki cooking to America when the company’s first restaurant opened in New York in 1964.
In addition to USDA Choice steak, tender chicken, succulent seafood and garden-fresh vegetables, diners will find a variety of sushi, sake and other Japanese favorites.