Rated #1 Hibachi in New York

Besides from hibachi, sushi and seafood, we also serve a variety of Japanese tapas, soups, salads, noodles, fried dishes and more. All made with fresh ingredients.


This place was good ! The food wasn't salty. The chef was accommodating. Before preparing the meals he ask everyone if they were ok with the seasoning and if there were any foods we didn't want in our meal. The drinks were good not watered down. And the waitress was very nice. It's not to loud in there. It's a great hibachi place!
— Jess F.
Came here on a Saturday evening with a party of 8 celebrating my bf's birthday. We were seated immediately as we had a reservation. The assigned chef was very engaging with everyone in our party and very attentive to each person's requests. I personally do not eat onions and he inquired whether I was allergic or if I just didn't like them.. which was pretty nice considering the difference does matter. He cooked my food separately as he was using onions in some of the meals. We ordered mahi mahi, salmon, chicken, steak and shrimp that came with rice and vegetables. He cooked them well with a latin twist. Overall it was a great experience, it was my first hibachi experience so I'm glad it went well. I probably will return, and definitely recommend.
— Iris P.
I stopped by Ohana today with my mom to have some drinks, and I have to say the service was great. We ordered piña coladas, (mine was a virgin of course because why have it otherwise?) and the prices were very reasonable. I did not eat at this establishment but from the drinks and the great service, we definitely would come and try a dish. Anyone looking for a clean, well-kept impressive place to have a dish and/or a few drinks, this is definitely the place for you. Any place that can make a mean piña colada is a place I would definitely re-visit.
— Ali M.