Saturday, March 27, 2010

Hibachi-Style Dinner

"hibachi-style" is often misused in the U.S. as a term for Japanese teppanyaki cooking, in which gas-heated hotplates are integrated into tables around which many people (often multiple parties) can sit and eat at once. The chef performs the cooking in front of the diners, typically with theatrical flair—such as lighting a volcano-shaped stack of raw onion hoops on fire.

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This is my first hibachi style dinner and we had so much fun. It was a great experience. The food was really good and the price is not too bad.

3 comments:

chubskulit said...

hahaha nakakatuwa naan.. aleluiah nakapasok na rin ako.. Sadly, I got kicked out again dun sa kabikla mamilu wahhh.. may soka-farm.blogspot.com ka ba dun, may malaware din daw yung link na yun..

ShyMama said...

Uy, ka sosy sa couple. nice nice.

Dhemz said...

agoy ka sossy kaau sa ilang date woi...wala pako ka try ani mami....murag mahalan man jud ko...lol!

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