Hankering for some great Hibachi-style cooking? These Cincinnati venues serve the best Japanese Hibachi. We did the grind and analyzed the top review sites and food publications to find the best hibachi in Cincinnati. Order some sake, grab the tongs, and grill your yakitori on the fire bowls at these spots.
Finding the right spot to satisfy your Hibachi craving shouldn't be a full-time job. We analyzed 5724 Cincinnati restaurants on Yelp and Google, 823905 Cincinnati restaurant reviews, and 232 lists and articles – looking closely at what Hoodline had to say – and applied our boam magic. These top contenders have appeared in Hoodline - 4 top options for affordable Japanese fare in Cincinnati. We automatically update restaurants’ availability and services, so you can find a great meal no matter what. Every restaurant shown earned its spot fair and square. With boam, money never makes the list. If your next meal is in any of these ten restaurants, the Hibachi aficionado in you will rejoice.
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