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Okinawa Japanese Restaurant "Hibachi & Sushi"
39 South Moger Ave
Mount Kisco Village, NY 10549
Reviewed by 'Marilyn B' on January 5, 2011
Trendy, sexy, hip decor with gleaming tiles, statuary, a room-spanning fountain & fiber optic lights say "this is Ossining???" Full glass separates hibachi tables from other diners - cuts down on noise but provides full view of the fun. Creative Pan-Asian, with extensive sushi menu and delicious, attractively presented dishes. Servers friendly, well-intentioned, but sometimes service is lax.
Reviewed by 'Alyson W' on December 19, 2010
Make a reservation! Even on a weekday night this place is packed. The hibachi tables are a fun show for the whole family while the raised dining area in the middle of the room is reserved for sushi lovers. The sushi is fresh and delicious with some combinations that you don't see everywhere.
Reviewed by 'Jane R' on December 16, 2010
very unusual and pretty decor. full of lights !! Food is varied and very good . Hibachi is separated from the rest of the reataurant which cuts down on noise
Reviewed by 'Mimi O' on December 14, 2010
Great place to go for a Japanese food fix. The sushi is adequate. All the other dishes are tasty as well. There's always hibachi if you need a little fireworks with your meal.
Reviewed by 'Suzanne N' on December 7, 2010
Good food but the chef scared my 4yr old to death with his oil-on-grill flame thrower act!
Reviewed by 'Linda P' on December 6, 2010
my grandchildren love this place. the chefs have a good sence of humor and playfulness
Reviewed by 'Lorraine C' on December 2, 2010
Amazing fresh and creative sushi. Great variety. You feel like you are in Soho, not an Ossining strip mall. The service is lacking and leaves MUCH to be desired.
Reviewed by 'Terri W' on December 2, 2010
Welcome addition to Northern Westchester dining scene in a strip mall on Route 9. Hibachi is surprising good, although the forced theatrics are always annoying. Lots of space, well used except for the unnecessary steps to the center room. Why did the designer go out of his way to make that inaccessible - even the wait staff trips on the darn stairs.
Reviewed by 'Jason H' on December 2, 2010
Always fun , Kids love it , lot's to eat
Reviewed by 'Aaron G' on December 1, 2010
Great decor and decent sushi. Hibachi was a little questionable...chef was pouring sake out of bottle into our mouths and all over the face of a couple of people at my table. Was a little unprofessional in my mind. I would stick to the sit down tables and skip the hibachi here.