Benihana Menu Prices

Benihana Menu Prices Information

Benihana One of the world’s most popular Asian-themed restaurants Benihana is the perfect spot to have a romantic dinner with your partner, an evening to the town with acquaintances, or perhaps an intimate family dinner. 

The impressive chefs of teppanyaki are sure to impress guests with their amazing knives and cooking techniques as you savor authentic Japanese dishes with an American flavor. 

They only make use of the finest quality ingredients like fresh vegetables, lean meats and fish. 

Their innovative concept of hibachi-style communal dining was first introduced in the 1960s and was quickly adopted all over the world. They hold the world record for the longest-running dinner show.

With their amazing menu of hibachi, sushi, sake and teppanyaki, Benihana is a place for all tastes. They have an informal hibachi dining experience and lounge seating to enjoy a more intimate dining experience. 

They own over 64 Teppanyaki locations around the world and more than 15 franchises. They also have six Haru as well as 27 RA Sushi restaurants.The unknown is the fact that their “tiki mug” used for the exotic and fancy drinks are collectible items. https://www.benihana.com/

Benihana Menu Prices

Item Size Price

Appetizers

Seaweed Salad   $4.25
Edamame   $4.25
Agedashi Tofu   $5.95
Vegetable Tempura   $6.75
Beef Sashimi   $8.50
Sushi Sampler   $8.75
Sashimi Sampler   $9.75
Shrimp Tempura   $8.75
Shrimp Saute   $9.00
Soft Shell Crab   $11.50
Tuna Tataki   $11.00
Miso Soup   $3.00
Benihana Onion Soup   $3.00

Side Orders

Hibachi Chicken Rice   $3.50
Benihana Salad   $3.00
Brown Rice   $2.50
Benihana Sushi Rice   $2.50

Sushi Entrees

Served with Benihana salad and miso soup.
Sushi Combination   $16.00
Sushi Combination Deluxe   $22.75
Sashimi Combination with Rice   $23.75
Sushi/Sashimi Combination with Rice   $26.75
Sashimi/Nigiri
Egg   $2.25
Albacore Tuna   $2.50
Crab Stick   $2.50
Halibut   $2.50
Izumidai – Tilapia   $2.50
Mackerel   $2.50
Octopus   $2.50
Salmon   $2.50
Shrimp   $2.50
Smelt Roe   $2.50
Squid   $2.50
Surf Clam   $2.50
Marinated Salmon   $2.75
Yellowtail   $2.75
Eel   $3.00
Salmon Roe   $3.00
Tuna   $3.00
Sweet Shrimp with Head   $3.75
Sea Urchin (Market Price)   $0.00

Rolls

Cucumber Roll   $3.50
Salmon Roll   $5.00
Yellowtail Roll   $5.00
California Roll   $5.50
Tuna Roll   $6.00
Eel Roll   $7.25
Shrimp Tempura Roll   $8.00

Hand Rolls

Cucumber (Hand Rolls)   $2.75
Salmon Skin (Hand Rolls)   $3.70
California (Hand Rolls)   $3.75
Shrimp Tempura (Hand Rolls)   $4.00
Philadelphia (Hand Rolls)   $4.00
Tuna (Hand Rolls)   $4.50
Eel (Hand Rolls)   $4.50
Spicy Tuna (Hand Rolls)   $5.25
Specialty Sushi
Shrimp Lovers Roll   $11.75
Alaskan Roll   $11.75
Boston Roll   $11.75
Caterpillar Roll   $11.75
Vegetable Roll   $5.00
Benihana Roll   $6.00
Salmon Skin Roll   $6.00
Spicy Tuna Roll   $7.50
Philadelphia Roll   $7.00
Las Vegas Roll (Deep Fried)   $9.00
Shrimp Crunchy Roll   $9.50
Dragon Roll   $11.75
Rainbow Roll   $11.75
Spider Roll   $11.75
Sumo Roll (Baked)   $13.50
Lobster Roll   $19.00
Entrees

Noodle and Tofu

Five-course meals served along with Benihana Onion Soup, Benihana Salad, Hibachi Shrimp Appetizer, Hibachi Vegetables, homemade Dipping Sauces Steamed Rice along with Japanese hot Green Tea.

Seafood Diablo   $22.75
Spicy Tofu Steak   $16.75
Yakisoba   $18.75

Steak and Chicken

5-course meals served with Benihana Onion Soup, Benihana Salad, Hibachi Shrimp Appetizer, Hibachi Vegetables, Homemade Dipping Sauces, Steamed Rice, and Japanese Hot Green Tea.
Filet Mignon   $25.50
Teriyaki Chicken   $18.75
Spicy Hibachi Chicken   $19.25
Hibachi Chicken   $18.75
Hibachi Steak   $23.25
Teriyaki Steak   $23.25
Hibachi Chateaubriand   $33.75
Imperial Steak   $36.50

Seafood

5-course meals served with Benihana Onion Soup, Benihana Salad, Hibachi Shrimp Appetizer, Hibachi Vegetables, Homemade Dipping Sauces, Steamed Rice, and Japanese Hot Green Tea.
Hibachi Shrimp   $24.00
Surf Side   $29.75
Colossal Shrimp   $25.25
Hibachi Tuna Steak   $24.75
Hibachi Salmon with Avocado Tartar Sauce   $24.25
Hibachi Scallops   $25.75
Ocean Treasure   $38.00
Twin Lobster Tails   $40.75

Specialties

6-course meals served with Benihana Onion Soup, Benihana Salad, Hibachi Shrimp Appetizer, Hibachi Vegetables, Homemade Dipping Sauces, Steamed Rice, Japanese Hot Green Tea, and Ice Cream or Sherbet.
Rocky’s Choice   $27.00
Upgrade Rocky’s Choice to Filet Mignon   $3.00
Benihana Trio   $37.50
Benihana Special   $37.75
Benihana Delight   $27.25
Benihana Excellence   $28.25
Splash ‘N Meadow   $29.75
Deluxe Treat   $39.50
Land ‘N Sea   $34.50
Samurai Treat   $33.00
Hibachi Supreme   $45.75
Lunch Entrees
Served with Benihana Salad, Hibachi Vegetable Rice, and Hibachi Vegetables.
Hibachi Chicken (Lunch)   $10.75
Filet Mignon (Lunch)   $15.00
Spicy Hibachi Chicken (Lunch)   $11.00
Beef Julienne (Lunch)   $13.00
Hibachi Scallops (Lunch)   $13.25
Hibachi Shrimp (Lunch)   $12.75
Yakisoba (Chicken)   $10.50
Yakisoba (Steak)   $11.00
Yakisoba (Hibachi Shrimp)   $11.00
Hibachi Steak (Lunch)   $13.00
Lunch Duet   $15.50
Lunch Boat (Chicken)   $11.00
Lunch Boat (Salmon)   $11.50
Lunch Boat (Beef Julienne)   $11.75
Alcohol-Free
Beverages
Benihana Lemonade   $3.95
Freshly Brewed Iced Teas   $3.50
Ramune   $3.95
Water   $3.75
Soda   $2.95
Frozen Specialties
Mango Colada   $5.50
Strawberry Passion Delight   $5.50
Banana Berry Smoothie   $5.50

Sake

Japanese Artisanal Cold Sake

Mio Sparkling Sake (Bottle)   $15.00
Dassai 50 “Otter Fest” (Glass)   $10.00
Dassai 50 “Otter Fest” (Carafe)   $18.00
Dassai 50 “Otter Fest” (Bottle)   $50.00
Kikusui “Chrysanthemum Water” (Glass)   $9.00
Kikusui “Chrysanthemum Water” (Carafe)   $16.00
Kikusui “Chrysanthemum Water” (Bottle)   $45.00
Shimizu-No-Mai “Pure Dawn” (Glass)   $11.00
Shimizu-No-Mai “Pure Dawn” (Carafe)   $20.00
Shimizu-No-Mai “Pure Dawn” (Bottle)   $56.00
Rihaku “Wandering Poet” (Glass)   $12.00
Rihaku “Wandering Poet” (Carafe)   $22.00
Rihaku “Wandering Poet” (Bottle)   $60.00
Suigei “Drunken Whale” (Glass)   $9.00
Suigei “Drunken Whale” (Carafe)   $16.00
Suigei “Drunken Whale” (Bottle)   $45.00
Shirakabegura “The White Label” (Glass)   $9.00
Shirakabegura “The White Label” (Carafe)   $16.00
Shirakabegura “The White Label” (Bottle)   $45.00

Premium Cold Sake

Sho Chiku Bai Ginjo (Glass)   $7.50
Sho Chiku Bai Ginjo (Bottle)   $15.00
Hana Fuji Apple Sake (Glass)   $6.50
Hana Fuji Apple Sake (Carafe)   $12.00
Hana Fuji Apple Sake (Bottle)   $35.00
Sho Chiku Bai Nigori (Glass)   $5.50
Sho Chiku Bai Nigori (Bottle)   $13.00
Ty Ku Coconut Nigori (Glass)   $8.00
Ty Ku Coconut Nigori (Bottle)   $16.00

Japanese Premium Spirits

Shochu (2 oz.)   $8.00
Whisky (2 oz.)   $10.50
Plum Liqueur (2 oz.)   $8.00

Hot Sake

Benihana Hot Sake (Carafe)   $9.50
Wine List
Sparkling Wine
Mumm Brut Prestige (Sparking Wine) – Bottle   $12.00
Domaine Carneros Brut (Sparkling Wine) – Bottle   $48.00
Rosa Regale (Sparkling Wine) – Bottle   $10.00
Cantine Maschio (Prosecco) – Bottle   $35.00
Moet & Chandon Imperial (Champagne) – Bottle   $80.00

White Wine

Columbia Crest (Chardonnay) – Glass   $8.00
Columbia Crest (Chardonnay) – Carafe   $12.00
Columbia Crest (Chardonnay) – Bottle   $30.00
Kendall-Jackson (Chardonnay) – Glass   $8.75
Kendall-Jackson (Chardonnay) – Carafe   $13.00
Kendall-Jackson (Chardonnay) – Bottle   $33.00
La Crema (Chardonnay) – Glass   $10.75
La Crema (Chardonnay) – Carafe   $16.00
La Crema (Chardonnay) – Bottle   $42.00
Joel Gott (Sauvignon Blanc) – Glass   $8.50
Joel Gott (Sauvignon Blanc) – Carafe   $12.75
Joel Gott (Sauvignon Blanc) – Bottle   $32.00
Kim Crawford (Sauvignon Blanc) – Glass   $10.50
Kim Crawford (Sauvignon Blanc) – Carafe   $15.75
Kim Crawford (Sauvignon Blanc) – Bottle   $40.00
Coppola ‘Bianco’ (Pinot Grigio) – Glass   $8.00
Coppola ‘Bianco’ (Pinot Grigio) – Carafe   $12.00
Coppola ‘Bianco’ (Pinot Grigio) – Bottle   $30.00
Santa Margherita (Pinot Grigio) – Glass   $13.25
Santa Margherita (Pinot Grigio) – Carafe   $20.00
Santa Margherita (Pinot Grigio) – Bottle   $52.00
Beringer (Moscato) – Glass   $7.00
Beringer (Moscato) – Carafe   $10.50
Beringer (Moscato) – Bottle   $26.00
Chateau Ste. Michelle (Riesling) – Glass   $7.50
Chateau Ste. Michelle (Riesling) – Carafe   $11.25
Chateau Ste. Michelle (Riesling) – Bottle   $28.00
Beringer (White Zinfandel) – Glass   $7.00
Beringer (White Zinfandel) – Carafe   $15.75
Beringer (White Zinfandel) – Bottle   $26.00

Red Wine

Estancia ‘Pinnacles Ranches’ (Pinot Noir) – Glass   $9.50
Estancia ‘Pinnacles Ranches’ (Pinot Noir) – Carafe   $14.25
Estancia ‘Pinnacles Ranches’ (Pinot Noir) – Bottle   $36.00
‘Flor de Campo’ by Sanford (Pinor Noir) – Glass   $11.00
‘Flor de Campo’ by Sanford (Pinor Noir) – Carafe   $16.50
‘Flor de Campo’ by Sanford (Pinor Noir) – Bottle   $42.00
14 Hands (Merlot) – Glass   $8.00
14 Hands (Merlot) – Carafe   $12.00
14 Hands (Merlot) – Bottle   $30.00
Rodney Strong (Merlot) – Glass   $9.50
Rodney Strong (Merlot) – Carafe   $14.25
Rodney Strong (Merlot) – Bottle   $36.00
Hayes Ranch (Cabernet Sauvignon) – Glass   $8.00
Hayes Ranch (Cabernet Sauvignon) – Carafe   $12.00
Hayes Ranch (Cabernet Sauvignon) – Bottle   $30.00
Louis M. Martini (Cabernet Sauvignon) – Glass   $10.00
Louis M. Martini (Cabernet Sauvignon) – Carafe   $12.00
Louis M. Martini (Cabernet Sauvignon) – Bottle   $38.00
Simi (Cabernet Sauvignon) – Glass   $13.00
Simi (Cabernet Sauvignon) – Carafe   $19.50
Simi (Cabernet Sauvignon) – Bottle   $50.00
Beringer ‘Knights Valley’ (Cabernet Sauvignon) – Glass   $14.00
Beringer ‘Knights Valley’ (Cabernet Sauvignon) – Carafe   $21.00
Beringer ‘Knights Valley’ (Cabernet Sauvignon) – Bottle   $54.00
Don Miguel Gascon (Malbec) – Glass   $9.50
Don Miguel Gascon (Malbec) – Carafe   $14.25
Don Miguel Gascon (Malbec) – Bottle   $36.00

Plum Wine

Benihana Plum Wine (Glass)   $7.00
Benihana Plum Wine (Carafe)   $10.50
Benihana Plum Wine (Bottle)   $26.00

Reserve List

Craggy Range ‘Te Muna’ (Sauvignon Blanc) – Bottle   $45.00
Chateau Montelena (Chardonnay) – Bottle   $55.00
Cakebread Cellars (Chardonnay) – Bottle   $65.00
Sanford (Pinot Noir) – Bottle   $50.00
Stag’s Leap ‘Artemis’ (Cabernet Sauvignon) – Bottle   $65.00
Chimney Rock (Cabernet Sauvignon) – Bottle   $80.00

Beer

Japanese Brands
Sapporo (Large)   $8.50
Asahi (Large)   $8.50
Kirin Ichiban (Large)   $8.50
Sapporo Light   $5.00

Domestic/Import Beer

Bud Light   $4.00
Budweiser   $4.00
Corona   $5.00
Heineken   $5.00
O’douls   $4.00
Samuel Adams Boston Lager (12 oz.)   $5.50

Specialty Cocktails

Benihana Punch   $8.75
Benihana Punch in Signature Mug   $14.25
Mai Tai   $8.75
Benihana Mojito   $8.75
Coconut Mojito   $9.25
White Peach Sake Sangria   $8.50
Tokyo Mule   $9.00
Haiku Colada   $8.75
Exotic Mojito   $9.00
Strawberry Whiskey Smash   $9.25
Red Plum Sake Sangria   $8.50
Yuzu Margarita   $11.00
Blue Ocean Punch Bowl (For 2 or More)   $26.00
Baby Blue Ocean   $9.00
Signature Benihana Mug   $7.00

Signature Martinis

Beni-Tini   $10.00
Lychee Blossom   $10.00
Rising Sun Lemon Drop   $10.00
Tiki Martini   $10.00
1964 Saketini   $10.00

Kabuki Kids Menu

Entrees
California Roll (Kids Price)   $9.50
Hibachi Chicken (Kids Price)   $10.25
Hibachi Shrimp (Kids Price)   $10.25
Hibachi Steak (Kids Price)   $11.00

Combinations

Chicken & Shrimp   $13.25
Chicken & Steak   $13.25
Steak & Shrimp   $14.00

Side Orders

White Noodles   $4.00
Hibachi Chicken Rice (Kids)   $3.50
Edamame (Kids)   $4.00

Children’s Drinks

Banana Berry Blast (Per Child)   $5.25
Ramune (Per Child)   $3.95
Benihana Fruit Punch (Per Child)   $3.25
Benihana Lemonade (Per Child)   $3.25
Pink Crus h(Per Child)   $3.25
Milk 2% (Per Child)   $2.75
Juice (Per Child)   $2.75
Soda (Per Child)   $2.75

History

Benihanas was established around 1954, 1954 by Rocky Aoki. The restaurant was founded by Rocky Aoki. The U.S. from Tokyo, Japan after completing his college education with the intention of owning the restaurant of his choice. 

Like many successful businessmen, his tale has humble beginnings. He began his career in street corners of Harlem offering ice cream during the hour while going through night classes for restaurant management. 

His ingenious idea of serving his sweets with brightly colored Japanese umbrellas allowed his small Ice Cream stand to expand and eventually he was able to save enough money, with an investment loan, to start his own restaurant.

Aoki created America’s top Teppanyaki restaurant in New York City’s West 59th Street in 1964. 

Benihanas was his name after the coffee shop owned by his parents in Tokyo which led him to start his business in the first instance. 

The interior was reminiscent of an authentic and charming Japanese home, the top chefs prepared authentic Japanese traditional food for customers.

who sat at tables around a stainless grill made of steel. Customers were amazed by the dramatic knife skills of the talented chefs.

He also received high praise from renowned critics. The restaurant paid off its loans and earned a profit within the first six months following the opening.

There are now more than 70 locations around the world, offering more than 100 million meals served from its humble beginnings on Harlem’s streets.

Harlem. They are still the biggest Teppanyaki franchise and employ over 7,400 employees in 15 franchises. In 2007 they opened their 100th store.

Review

In the current business of food, which is a highly competitive one, and more teppanyaki restaurants open across the globe, Benihana remains the leading brand in the market. 

They have a wide selection that is authentic Japanese sake, as well as an extensive selection of alcohol-free and non-alcoholic drinks. 

There are appetizers, an extensive selection of specialty sushi rolls made by hand and of course the hibachi menu.

where you can choose everything from chicken to steak to seafood. There is also a huge menu of lounge food if you’d like the more intimate and tranquil atmosphere.

The chefs at the restaurant are known for their outstanding knives and present a performance you’ll not forget. 

The cozy and exotic ambiance will make you feel as though you’ve been transported instantly to Tokyo and yet give you that cozy, relaxing atmosphere to allow you to relax and enjoy your food.

The prices are fair and you will get plenty of value. The average appetizer costs about $8. Teppan meals typically cost around $20.

but they comprise five to six dishes including items like hot tea, soup as well as salad, soup and hibachi shrimp appetizers with hibachi vegetables with homemade sauces for dipping.

rice steamed, as well as your portioned and well-portioned meal. Lounge specials start at $20, and they include menu items that range from fish tacos to filet Mignon. 

The Teppan, as well as the Lounge menu, have cheap lunch menus, with the typical menu that ranges from $9 to $15.

Like any restaurant that is popular on the weekend, there might be waiting. The majority of restaurants have ample seating therefore the wait is approximately average, however when you’re seated the dining experience is worth the long wait. 

They are known for their impeccable hygiene and extensive menu choices exceptionally skilled and skilled chefs, friendly staff, and the warm and welcoming atmosphere.

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Benihana Menu Prices FAQ

Is Benihana expensive for dinner?

The main reason behind the popularity of Benihana lies in the top quality of the ingredients.  However, the prices on the menu at Benihana are a bit more higher than the average restaurant. You can have an adequate dinner at Benihana at around $15.

What’s the best option to get at Benihana?

What are the best and Worst food items on the Benihana Menu
  • Hibachi Chicken.
  • Seaweed Salad.
  • Vegetable Tempura.
  • Hibachi Chicken Rice.
  • Spiced Fried Rice with Chicken.
  • Chili Shrimp Roll.
  • Seafood Diablo.
  • Hot Tofu Steak.

What is the procedure for Benihana menu function?

Every customer is able to select an dish on their menu and then watch it being prepared, typically while enjoying an appetizer, such as Salad or soup. Teppanyaki-style menu items that are commonly served consist of shrimp, beef and chicken, as well as tofu. the variety of vegetables that are grilled and the fried noodles or rice.
 

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