Benihana

★★★★☆
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  • 9205 SW Cascade Ave

    Beaverton, OR 97008

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  • 503-643-4016

About Benihana

Hours
Sun 12pm-9:30pm, Mon-Thu 11am-9:30pm, Fri 11am-10:30pm, Sat 12pm-10:30pm

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I arrived at the Benihanas in Beaverton just as they were opening for dinner. It pays to call in ahead to make reservations atleast a few days before you head this way. It is well worth it to plan this head for the staff and cooks treat

3
★★★★★

I arrived at the Benihanas in Beaverton just as they were opening for dinner. It pays to call in ahead to make reservations atleast a few days before you head this way. It is well worth it to plan this head for the staff and cooks treat

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Great place to go for Birthday's and groups of people. It's a ton of fun and the food is amazing. Everyone in there is having fun so don't bring your quiet voice. All Japanese food from here is so good, I can't pick just one. I usually

3
★★★★★

Great place to go for Birthday's and groups of people. It's a ton of fun and the food is amazing. Everyone in there is having fun so don't bring your quiet voice. All Japanese food from here is so good, I can't pick just one. I usually

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This restaurant is my favorite of all time. Their dishes are absolutely delicious. I personally like their filet Mignon and shrimp. This place is a little pricy, but you get what you pay for in my opinion. You can get cheaper other places

3
★★★★★

This restaurant is my favorite of all time. Their dishes are absolutely delicious. I personally like their filet Mignon and shrimp. This place is a little pricy, but you get what you pay for in my opinion. You can get cheaper other places

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Had dinner here tonight with a friend. We opted for the all you can eat sushi which is available Monday through Thursday for around $26. This includes a salad and soup. We both had miso soup and the salad with ginger dressing. These were fine but not exceptional. I had a crispy shrimp roll which tasted good but the tempura shrimp was soggy (when you got to the ends where the shrimp sticks out).

I also had some nigiri including albacore, yellow tail, eel, and salmon. I liked the albacore. Salmon was buttery. The eel was better than I've had recently at the runway sushi houses. My friend liked the squid and tilapia but didn't like the salmon roe or shrimp nigiri.

The staff was pleasant but the sushi bar area is plain and the sushi is the same. Oh yeah, we also shared a bottle of warm sake for about $9. This was so-so as well.

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★★★☆☆

Had dinner here tonight with a friend. We opted for the all you can eat sushi which is available Monday through Thursday for around $26. This includes a salad and soup. We both had miso soup and the salad with ginger dressing. These were fine but not exceptional. I had a crispy shrimp roll which tasted good but the tempura shrimp was soggy (when you got to the ends where the shrimp sticks out).

I also had some nigiri including albacore, yellow tail, eel, and salmon. I liked the albacore. Salmon was buttery. The eel was better than I've had recently at the runway sushi houses. My friend liked the squid and tilapia but didn't like the salmon roe or shrimp nigiri.

The staff was pleasant but the sushi bar area is plain and the sushi is the same. Oh yeah, we also shared a bottle of warm sake for about $9. This was so-so as well.

Pros: All you can eat sushi, nice staff

Cons: No sashimi, no sea urchin, limp shrimp

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We stopped for Sushi last night and the food & service were great. There was quite the wait for the other side of the restaurant with the Hibachi style dining. Everyone on the sushi side of the restaurant had big platters of food and seemed to be quite happy.

They even put up with our substitutions in some of the rolls, as we aren't big fans of crab. Food was fantastic. Service was great. Decent selection of cold sakes as well. I can't review the Hibachi side, but we will be returning for sushi again there soon.

2
★★★★★

We stopped for Sushi last night and the food & service were great. There was quite the wait for the other side of the restaurant with the Hibachi style dining. Everyone on the sushi side of the restaurant had big platters of food and seemed to be quite happy.

They even put up with our substitutions in some of the rolls, as we aren't big fans of crab. Food was fantastic. Service was great. Decent selection of cold sakes as well. I can't review the Hibachi side, but we will be returning for sushi again there soon.

Pros: let us make subsitutions

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As many have already know, Benihana and perhaps other Hibachi/Teppan place offer a "show" at the table--the chef demonstrating his skills with the ingredients utensils. The show was great for a first-time, however, the tricks may repeat itself afterward.

As for the food, my boyfriend ordered the dinner's portion Filet Mignon. I don't usually eat steak med-rare but the Filet Mignon was perfectly done. It melts in my mouth. I would go there again, however, the dinner Filet Mignon is quite spendy for my wallet...

1
★★★☆☆

As many have already know, Benihana and perhaps other Hibachi/Teppan place offer a "show" at the table--the chef demonstrating his skills with the ingredients utensils. The show was great for a first-time, however, the tricks may repeat itself afterward.

As for the food, my boyfriend ordered the dinner's portion Filet Mignon. I don't usually eat steak med-rare but the Filet Mignon was perfectly done. It melts in my mouth. I would go there again, however, the dinner Filet Mignon is quite spendy for my wallet...

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If you don't know already, Benihana's puts on a fantastic dining experience. Sure, the chef's performances follow a repeatable routine, but then so do waiters and waitresses at most other restaurants. The staff is friendly and very willing to please. The chef's are truly a job to watch. The food is excellent - exceptionally fresh and well prepared. Yes, it is expensive. Don't go here and then belly ache that it cost you 25% more that Stanfords. It is a quality restaurant and dining experience.

2
★★★★★

If you don't know already, Benihana's puts on a fantastic dining experience. Sure, the chef's performances follow a repeatable routine, but then so do waiters and waitresses at most other restaurants. The staff is friendly and very willing to please. The chef's are truly a job to watch. The food is excellent - exceptionally fresh and well prepared. Yes, it is expensive. Don't go here and then belly ache that it cost you 25% more that Stanfords. It is a quality restaurant and dining experience.

Pros: Presentation

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We went to Benihana for my son's birthday. We've been to many other Hibachi style restaurants over the years, and enjoyed them. Other than the fact that it was loud and packed, the waits were long, and the service was slow, I give this a one-star rating because the food was basically tasteless.

Most Hibachi style places serve flavorful food. Here, it was all about the "entertainment", which in our case was done by a Caucasian man wielding a knife. I found everything to be bland. The scallops, for which a premium price is charged, were frozen when they were put on the grill, and tasted "off". even before one realized they were overcooked. The filet wasn't bad, but the sauces were extremely bland.

Not great value for the buck. But if someone has never had the experience of having the whole hibachi thing cooked at one's table, it's unfortunate that the only place in town is Benihana. I've had so much better.

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★☆☆☆☆

We went to Benihana for my son's birthday. We've been to many other Hibachi style restaurants over the years, and enjoyed them. Other than the fact that it was loud and packed, the waits were long, and the service was slow, I give this a one-star rating because the food was basically tasteless.

Most Hibachi style places serve flavorful food. Here, it was all about the "entertainment", which in our case was done by a Caucasian man wielding a knife. I found everything to be bland. The scallops, for which a premium price is charged, were frozen when they were put on the grill, and tasted "off". even before one realized they were overcooked. The filet wasn't bad, but the sauces were extremely bland.

Not great value for the buck. But if someone has never had the experience of having the whole hibachi thing cooked at one's table, it's unfortunate that the only place in town is Benihana. I've had so much better.

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My girlfriends and I stopped here for lunch on Saturday afternoon before our bridal fittings. I remember coming to a Benihanas when I was young for my parents engagement party. Perhaps the thrill I felt then was due to my age. I found the food was bland and very basic and for the price...it was outrageous. I drank water, and ordered the chicken. My bill was $18 dollars...JUST FOR ME! There were TONS of onions, mixed in with mushrooms and a little bit of zucchini. Nothing else. I don?t enjoy making a meal out of onions. And the man cooking seemed to try too hard. He kept saying 'Happy birthday' and it was nobody?s birthday. He clicked the knives around but really didn?t do anything spectacular. And all of the chiefs I noticed were Hispanic, including ours. His name was Felipe. I found this ironic as it is considered a communal Japanese grill.

Save your money. Next time you?re in your own kitchen...tap the blades of your knives together and tell yourself happy birthday over and over and you?ve got basically the same thing.

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★☆☆☆☆

My girlfriends and I stopped here for lunch on Saturday afternoon before our bridal fittings. I remember coming to a Benihanas when I was young for my parents engagement party. Perhaps the thrill I felt then was due to my age. I found the food was bland and very basic and for the price...it was outrageous. I drank water, and ordered the chicken. My bill was $18 dollars...JUST FOR ME! There were TONS of onions, mixed in with mushrooms and a little bit of zucchini. Nothing else. I don?t enjoy making a meal out of onions. And the man cooking seemed to try too hard. He kept saying 'Happy birthday' and it was nobody?s birthday. He clicked the knives around but really didn?t do anything spectacular. And all of the chiefs I noticed were Hispanic, including ours. His name was Felipe. I found this ironic as it is considered a communal Japanese grill.

Save your money. Next time you?re in your own kitchen...tap the blades of your knives together and tell yourself happy birthday over and over and you?ve got basically the same thing.

Pros: Its beautiful inside

Cons: You spend around 20 dollars a head, and leave hungry!

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The food out here is good, but I have been to this place on both occassions just because I was told that the chef does some nice tricks at your table by my friends (they were from out of town). I did not see anything that I would have considered as a good trick (or what they call Teppanyaki) on both occasions (and even when I peeped to the adjacent tables :-)). Though the food is good, it is pretty costly.
Make reservations if you intend to go to this place, it was quite crowded on the day we went (Friday).

1
★★★☆☆

The food out here is good, but I have been to this place on both occassions just because I was told that the chef does some nice tricks at your table by my friends (they were from out of town). I did not see anything that I would have considered as a good trick (or what they call Teppanyaki) on both occasions (and even when I peeped to the adjacent tables :-)). Though the food is good, it is pretty costly.
Make reservations if you intend to go to this place, it was quite crowded on the day we went (Friday).

Pros: Good food, different experience

Cons: Quite costly

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I'm not sure what all the rave reviews are about. Sure, the presentation is nice and it's a fun atmosphere. I understand the high prices because the cooks come to your table. We got sushi and steak with mushrooms. The appetizers were salad, onion soup, and vegetables. The soup (an onion broth) was ok, he salad dressing was gross, and there were just a few pieces of onion and zucchini. The fried rice and steak (with like 3 pieces of mushroom) tasted like nothing but salt. The most unimpressive $60 I've ever spent at a restaurant (that's just with drinking water)! Changs Mongolian Grill or a restaurant of that nature is way better!

1
★★☆☆☆

I'm not sure what all the rave reviews are about. Sure, the presentation is nice and it's a fun atmosphere. I understand the high prices because the cooks come to your table. We got sushi and steak with mushrooms. The appetizers were salad, onion soup, and vegetables. The soup (an onion broth) was ok, he salad dressing was gross, and there were just a few pieces of onion and zucchini. The fried rice and steak (with like 3 pieces of mushroom) tasted like nothing but salt. The most unimpressive $60 I've ever spent at a restaurant (that's just with drinking water)! Changs Mongolian Grill or a restaurant of that nature is way better!

Pros: Fun atmosphere

Cons: bad food, REALLY expensive

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I'm sure the show in the restaurant is great, but I go to Benihana for the sushi (in a separate bar room). It's absolutely THE BEST! The sushi hand rolls are huge and very fresh...and the best part is, they're only $1.25 each!!! You really can't beat that!

2
★★★★★

I'm sure the show in the restaurant is great, but I go to Benihana for the sushi (in a separate bar room). It's absolutely THE BEST! The sushi hand rolls are huge and very fresh...and the best part is, they're only $1.25 each!!! You really can't beat that!

Pros: sushi hand rolls

Cons: none!

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The food was good, and the show the waiter put on was fun. But we had to share our table with strangers. If you don't care about intimate discussion, it's fine.

2
★★★★☆

The food was good, and the show the waiter put on was fun. But we had to share our table with strangers. If you don't care about intimate discussion, it's fine.

Pros: see food being made, fun, good for kids

Cons: sat with strangers, limited menu

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Benihana is the best resturant in the world! It has such a fun environment and it's so cool how you get the food cooked RIGHT in front of you. The cooks are great and very friendly. This is a place you have to go to at least 100 times

2
★★★★★

Benihana is the best resturant in the world! It has such a fun environment and it's so cool how you get the food cooked RIGHT in front of you. The cooks are great and very friendly. This is a place you have to go to at least 100 times

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Well where do I start? I took my mom to Benihana's for her birthday and we were treated to a dining experience like never b4. I have been to dinner shows before but never like this. You are seated a table that has a large flat grill in the middle of it. Your server greets you and takes the orders. Onion soup is brought to the table. Then the fun starts!! Your chef comes out and starts to prepare your meal, but he/she adds his/her own little flashes to it wether it is juggling a knife or doing some fancy work with a salt and pepper shaker. The prices were GREAT, the food was phenomenal, and the service was EXCELLENT!! We are going back on my birthday!!! This is a 5 star dining experience!

2
★★★★★

Well where do I start? I took my mom to Benihana's for her birthday and we were treated to a dining experience like never b4. I have been to dinner shows before but never like this. You are seated a table that has a large flat grill in the middle of it. Your server greets you and takes the orders. Onion soup is brought to the table. Then the fun starts!! Your chef comes out and starts to prepare your meal, but he/she adds his/her own little flashes to it wether it is juggling a knife or doing some fancy work with a salt and pepper shaker. The prices were GREAT, the food was phenomenal, and the service was EXCELLENT!! We are going back on my birthday!!! This is a 5 star dining experience!

Pros: Great Food, Great Prices, AWESOME Staff!!!!

Cons: NONE!, NONE!!, NONE!!!

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This restaurant has been a favorite of mine for years. The atmosphere is busy and exciting. The food is wonderful and the way they prepare it in front of you is an experience. The chefs there are funny and entertaining. We like to go in large groups because they are very accommodating.

2
★★★★★

This restaurant has been a favorite of mine for years. The atmosphere is busy and exciting. The food is wonderful and the way they prepare it in front of you is an experience. The chefs there are funny and entertaining. We like to go in large groups because they are very accommodating.

Pros: great food, exciting atmosphere, friendly service

Cons: expensive, crowded

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You never know what will happen next at your table, it's always different. The only thing that isn't different is the food. Always good and fresh! If you don't like having fun at the dinner table this is not the place to go.

2
★★★★★

You never know what will happen next at your table, it's always different. The only thing that isn't different is the food. Always good and fresh! If you don't like having fun at the dinner table this is not the place to go.

Pros: Fresh food, Good entertainment, A way to meet others

Cons: busy

 

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