Kabuto Japanese House Of Steak

★★★★☆
  • 8052 W Broad St

    Richmond, VA 23294

    Map & Directions
  • 804-747-9573

About Kabuto Japanese House Of Steak

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

Food

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After reading a few questionable reviews we went anyways, desiring dinner with some entertainment. We could not have been more pleased. The filet and scallops melted in your mouth. The food was amazing and memorable. In addition, several

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After reading a few questionable reviews we went anyways, desiring dinner with some entertainment. We could not have been more pleased. The filet and scallops melted in your mouth. The food was amazing and memorable. In addition, several

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Kabuto has the best Japanese food I've ever had, period. The sauces are amazing. I really like their shrimp tempora with a special sauce. The best part is the ginger sauce, which I pour over everything. I always get the filet with shrimp

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★★★★★

Kabuto has the best Japanese food I've ever had, period. The sauces are amazing. I really like their shrimp tempora with a special sauce. The best part is the ginger sauce, which I pour over everything. I always get the filet with shrimp

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Our experience definitely earned 5 stars. The Chef was clearly experienced and knew what he was doing. All of our food was cooked perfectly. Out of all the times I've been to Japanese steakhouses this was my first time. You would think

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★★★★★

Our experience definitely earned 5 stars. The Chef was clearly experienced and knew what he was doing. All of our food was cooked perfectly. Out of all the times I've been to Japanese steakhouses this was my first time. You would think

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The happy hour is the best! The service is always very friendly, but know that it can get slow when it's crowded (there are usually only two people making the sushi orders behind the sushi bar). My favorite rolls there are the volcano roll

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★★★★★

The happy hour is the best! The service is always very friendly, but know that it can get slow when it's crowded (there are usually only two people making the sushi orders behind the sushi bar). My favorite rolls there are the volcano roll

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The happy hour sushi and drinks are great for the buck! Both the bartenders and sushi chefs are a delight to chat with while enjoying one's meal at either bar. I especially recommend the ramen on Sundays.

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★★★★★

The happy hour sushi and drinks are great for the buck! Both the bartenders and sushi chefs are a delight to chat with while enjoying one's meal at either bar. I especially recommend the ramen on Sundays.

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Well I have been going to Kabuto for over 15 years and it is the only Japanese resturaunt I will eat at. The prices are a little high but if you go for lunch it's not nearly as bad. Nice atmosphere and watching them cook is half the fun!

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★★★★★

Well I have been going to Kabuto for over 15 years and it is the only Japanese resturaunt I will eat at. The prices are a little high but if you go for lunch it's not nearly as bad. Nice atmosphere and watching them cook is half the fun!

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I have had great japanese food but this by far is the absolute worst. If I could give a negative I would. Extremely too expensive for the small portion. The sauce is too soupy. You have to pay extra for the tiny portion of fried rice. The food isn't seasoned well and you need to add salt. I could go on and on. The absolute worst!!!

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★☆☆☆☆

I have had great japanese food but this by far is the absolute worst. If I could give a negative I would. Extremely too expensive for the small portion. The sauce is too soupy. You have to pay extra for the tiny portion of fried rice. The food isn't seasoned well and you need to add salt. I could go on and on. The absolute worst!!!

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Kabuto's is one of my very least favorite Japanese restaurants! Who ever heard of charging extra for fried rice?? I mean isn't that what you get when you go for Hibachi?? The sauces seem runny to me, and the staff is just impersonal...

Do yourself a favor and drive another mile West on Broad Street and eat at Sakura! Food is ALWAYS fresh!

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★☆☆☆☆

Kabuto's is one of my very least favorite Japanese restaurants! Who ever heard of charging extra for fried rice?? I mean isn't that what you get when you go for Hibachi?? The sauces seem runny to me, and the staff is just impersonal...

Do yourself a favor and drive another mile West on Broad Street and eat at Sakura! Food is ALWAYS fresh!

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We've tried a couple of other Japanese steakhouses, but always go back to Kabuto. The food is always good and the service is excellent. On one visit, we felt very rushed (it was a Saturday evening), but we don't usually feel rushed through the meal. Our favorite "special occasion" restaurant.

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★★★★☆

We've tried a couple of other Japanese steakhouses, but always go back to Kabuto. The food is always good and the service is excellent. On one visit, we felt very rushed (it was a Saturday evening), but we don't usually feel rushed through the meal. Our favorite "special occasion" restaurant.

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The restaurant was very nice - 14.00 for a kids meal - and 25.00 for an adult and you get the SAME portion .... Also you have to pay EXYRA for fried rice???? I guess are really costly - whatever. Chicken was fatty - white sauce runny - at least I was able to eat the food but we will NEVER go there again with the overrated prices

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★★☆☆☆

The restaurant was very nice - 14.00 for a kids meal - and 25.00 for an adult and you get the SAME portion .... Also you have to pay EXYRA for fried rice???? I guess are really costly - whatever. Chicken was fatty - white sauce runny - at least I was able to eat the food but we will NEVER go there again with the overrated prices

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This is a great traditional Japanese restaurant where they cook in front of you and everything. It is highly entertaining and the food is delicious. They have really good steaks and flavorings. They even have pretty good food for the kids and the kids always enjoy the chef playing with fire and cooking in front of them!

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★★★★☆

This is a great traditional Japanese restaurant where they cook in front of you and everything. It is highly entertaining and the food is delicious. They have really good steaks and flavorings. They even have pretty good food for the kids and the kids always enjoy the chef playing with fire and cooking in front of them!

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Why in the world anyone would go to a steakhouse for seafood has always escaped me. Much like going to Red Lobster for a ribeye. I have been going to Kabuto for lunch and dinner regularly for over 25 years and would NEVER consider getting a meal that was not one of their signature meals. What they do, they do perfectly. I miss the old interior, but building fires are unforgiving that way.

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★★★★★

Why in the world anyone would go to a steakhouse for seafood has always escaped me. Much like going to Red Lobster for a ribeye. I have been going to Kabuto for lunch and dinner regularly for over 25 years and would NEVER consider getting a meal that was not one of their signature meals. What they do, they do perfectly. I miss the old interior, but building fires are unforgiving that way.

Pros: delicious, fun, exciting

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While this is no different than any other Japanese steak house in any other town, it is still a fun experience. Notable for those that have kids is that the lobby features an interesting water feature which my daughter always enjoys.
A bit expensive, but lots of fun.
(By the way, I noticed on my last visit that "learner" chopsticks are available.)

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★★★★☆

While this is no different than any other Japanese steak house in any other town, it is still a fun experience. Notable for those that have kids is that the lobby features an interesting water feature which my daughter always enjoys.
A bit expensive, but lots of fun.
(By the way, I noticed on my last visit that "learner" chopsticks are available.)

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