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Location
403 3rd Street, corner of C St., across from Central Park
Hours
Mon-Sat: 11:00AM-8:30PM
Phone
(530) 758-1505

Hibachi Grill and Take Out was a Japanese and Korean restaurant which featured teriyaki, spicy pork, and bulgogi. They also served Korean BBQ. Do not confuse them with Hibachi-San.

Hibachi_Gone.JPGClosed in the spring of 2007

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2005-07-06 07:05:40 This place offers simple, tasty rice bowls, Chinese chicken salad and even smoothies. They have sushi, but it can be a little funky. I'd avoid it, and go for the good old chicken teriyaki bowl. —SiennaGrass


2006-03-19 18:08:47   The owner is one of the nicest owners I've ever met. He makes friends with all his clients. I highly reccommend the spicy pork. Spicy Pork bowls, while not on the menu, are also available if you ask for it. Their shakes are also superb. —KevinRollins


2006-05-16 09:00:51   The only thing I've ever tried on the menu is the Chicken Tariyaki rice bowl, but it's always been great. I never liked teriyaki very much until I tried Hibachi's. Lately, I've been going here for lunch several times a month. —AdamSchneider


2006-07-10 14:36:30   This place is a little gem. So far, the restaurant is *immaculately* clean and the food ingredients seem fresh, and the dishes are tasty. (I've had the chicken teriyaki and the hibap). I concur with previous comments: the owner IS very nice. According to him, the place has been open since about January 2006. Check it out. —AnnieSirrah


2006-07-12 23:29:54   The owner is very, very nice. The food is good. Perhaps the bowls are a bit small. I had the BBQ dinner tonight and it was quite good. —MisterProfessor


2006-10-18 16:12:04   For the amount that you pay, you don't get a lot food. I paid $4.60 plus tax for a dinky chicken salad, and it was mostly lettuce and sauce; barely any chicken in it. —MattLow


2006-12-06 09:19:53   I'm coming here again... —CarlosOverstreet


2007-02-10 17:31:00   This place has been closed for a week or more. Is it going to open again? I hope the owners are okay. —MisterProfessor


2007-02-11 12:57:03   I tried the chicken teriyaki here for the first time about a month ago — it was pretty good. I'd return if I was in the area and was craving some teriyaki. —AlexPomeranz


2007-02-28 13:06:52   I think that this place is closed. Everything was taken down when i tired to eat here on feb. 28th —DonGibson


2007-08-18 08:09:14   do you know what is opening up in it now. there has been a lot of construction. —MattHh


2007-09-09 13:26:32   It looks like it's being replaced by Burgers and Brew owned and operated by Crepeville (or so the sign on the front says). Wonder how this will compete with the new 3rd & U Cafe seems like the same kinda food is going to be offered at both locations. —ArmyDecoy


2011-10-17 14:02:42   Ate here so many times from 94-98, great marinade on the chicken —Jeffrey9

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