11 Best Teppanyaki Hibachi Restaurant-Style Recipes

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Hibachi restaurant-style dishes are cooked on a teppan and are therefore teppanyaki. That’s why this article is about the best teppanyaki recipes as well.

The good news is that you can cook these in your griddle so you don’t need the special teppan.

Here are the best recipes from our vault you can make at home.

Best Hibachi restaurant style teppanyaki recipes

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Top 11 hibachi restaurant recipes

Teppanyaki hibachi beef noodles

Teppanyaki hibachi beef noodles
Amazing taste of grilled meat and vegetables, together with noodles for a full meal
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Teppanyaki hibachi noodle recipes

Noodle fan? Then you’re going to love this teppanyaki hibachi beef noodles recipe. It’s a dish that will tantalize your taste buds and leave you wanting more.

With just a few simple ingredients, you can make this amazing meal right in your own kitchen. You don’t even need any special equipment – just a skillet and some chopsticks.

Hibachi is the type of restaurant that serves food on a teppanyaki grill. That’s why you might see both terms used here.

You can’t cook noodles on a hibachi, it has open grates the noodles would fall through, but you can grill the meat on an open-flame grill if you want and then add everything into a teppan or griddle or even skillet on the stove later.

Hibachi grilled vegetables

Hibachi grilled vegetable recipe
A lot of preparation is needed in order to make the perfect vegetable hibachi. Even the size in which the vegetables are sliced matters. A brief detail of all the ingredients for street style vegetable hibachi is given below!
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Hibachi grilled vegetable recipe

This is a just simple vegetable hibachi. You can choose from so many other delicious vegetables that are fantastic grilled and mixed in with some of the sauce.

Heat is really important in hibachi-style cooking, as you can read in my article about hibachi temperature here. You should definitely check that out to learn more about temperature control when cooking.

Hibachi chicken and vegetables

Hibachi chicken and vegetables recipe
This recipe is to perfectly cook hibachi chicken and veggies in a Japanese steakhouse style, that you can make right in the comfort of your own home. This recipe serves four people.
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How to make hibachi chicken

You can serve it with either fried or steamed rice and with pre-made Yum-Yum sauce or you can make your own.

Teppanyaki Sirloin Steak with Garlic Butter

Teppanyaki Sirloin Steak with Garlic Butter
Now that we embarked on the flavor journey, let me share my tried and true method of obtaining the most delicious Teppanyaki Sirloin Steak with Garlic you’ve ever had. Goodbye Tofu steak!
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Teppanyaki sirloin steak with garlic butter recipe

Sirloin steak differs from other steaks because this particular type of meat is cut from the back of the cow (mid-section), which has more lean meat than fat. It’s very tasty if done right!

If you want to sizzle something exotic in your teppanyaki grill at home, then it might as well be the sirloin steak with garlic butter.

The carefully crafted mix will make you feel like you’re at a restaurant enjoying the classiest meal ever. So let’s dive right in.

Teppanyaki steak and shrimp

Teppanyaki steak and shrimp recipe
This particular teppanyaki steak (and its unique sauce) is made from soy sauce and has been a favorite among the Japanese. Eat this great seafood meal with the shrimp chili sauce (ebi chili), have a cold beer or fruit drink to go with it, and your shrimp teppanyaki delicacy will be complete!
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Teppanyaki steak and shrimp recipe

There’s almost no difference between Japanese beef steak and traditional western steaks, except for the sauce.

But the way to make it really stand out, is to make it on the teppanyaki grill.

Classic teppanyaki sake/ soy beef steak

Classic teppanyaki sake/ soy beef steak recipe
A simple yet delicious Japanese steak dish.
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Classic teppanyaki sake/ soy beef steak recipe

A Japanese beef steak with a soy-based sauce is really a true delight for any food lover.

It’s a simple and tasty recipe made with your own hands and will score brownie points with family and friends who would be coming over to spend time with you.

After all, who doesn’t love steak?

This teppanyaki steak recipe is very easy to prepare. All you need are some basic ingredients, like soy sauce, sake, and beef, along with some seasonings, like garlic and ginger. As long as you have a teppanyaki hot plate, you can make this dish easily in your own kitchen.

Teppanyaki pork tenderloin & shrimp on leaf spinach

Teppanyaki pork tenderloin & shrimp on leaf spinach
Fresh and vibrant flavors from this Japanese style surf 'n turf dish cooked on a Teppanyaki plate (or just a grill if you don't have one).
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Teppanyaki pork chop and spinach

Just about any teppanyaki recipe is something to crave for even before they’re served to you and still sizzling in the teppanyaki grill you built into your kitchen.

Don’t believe me? Just ask any foreigner who has been to Japan and they’ll tell you why they came to the land of the rising sun.

It’s great if you purchased your own teppanyaki grill to try this recipe at home, but just use a regular grill pan if you don’t.

Seafood Teppanyaki

Seafood Teppanyaki recipe
The food can be served either with rice or on its own. A variety of sauces can also be included in the dish to give it taste. 
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Seafood teppanyaki is made from a mixture of seafood such as fish, mussels, squid, scallops, clam, and any other available seafood.

It involves seasoning with salt and pan grilling making it one of the easiest seafood meals to prepare.

Hibachi restaurant style Teppanyaki Fried Rice

Teppanyaki Hibachi Fried Rice Recipe
Even though it can be made on a large pan or a
wok, Japanese fried rice is commonly cooked on a teppan. Here I'll show you this delicious recipe and don't worry, you can make it in a grilling pan if you don't have a Teppanyaki plate
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teppanyaki fried rice recipe

Teppanyaki fried rice is rice that is cooked with sauce, eggs and vegetables. It goes well with leftovers because it can be mixed with a variety of proteins or vegetables.

In this post I’ll be covering how to make this delicious fried rice recipe at home and I’ll also share some useful Japanese rice tips further down the post you can use to improve your cooking knowledge.

Japanese Teppanyaki tofu & veggies

Japanese Teppanyaki tofu & veggies recipe
Very healthy and great if you want to go meatless in your Japanese cooking.
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Japanese Teppanyaki tofu

Grill the tofu and once all sides have a brownish tint, transfer the tofu into a sheet pan and brush them with a tamari-ginger glaze.


Lightly Fried Japanese Vegetable Teppanyaki

Lightly Fried Japanese Vegetable Teppanyaki
Preparing vegetable teppanyaki is relatively easy and the only hard part
comes in form of preparing the vegetables. It is important that they
are sliced accordingly so as to cook evenly.
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Vegetable teppanyaki recipe

Vegetable teppanyaki involves a mixture of a variety of vegetables prepared in a teppan.

These vegetables may be bean sprouts (maybe even raw!), cabbage, mushrooms, beans, courgettes, capsicum, and carrots.

The dish is usually served with freshly steamed rice and meat that is prepared in the same teppan.

Teppanyaki sirloin steak with garlic butter recipe

11 Best Teppanyaki Hibachi Recipes

Joost Nusselder
Hibachi restaurants offer such a great taste so let's look at how to make the steak, vegetable, and more in your own home. Normally, it's cooked on a teppan grill, but your griddle will do just fine.
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Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Course Main Course
Cuisine Japanese
Servings 2 people
Calories 372 kcal


  • 8 oz sirloin steak (2x 4oz steaks, patted dry)
  • 3 tbsp Unsalted butter
  • 1 tbsp Garlic (minced or 4 garlic cloves)
  • 1 tbsp Olive oil
  • 1 tbsp Fresh parsley (chopped)
  • Salt and pepper (to taste)


  • Mix the butter, parsley, and garlic or any other seasoning you like and set it aside.
  • Preheat your teppanyaki grill or your griddle plate on your stovetop.
  • Lightly grease the grill and the steaks with the butter. Then sprinkle salt and pepper generously.
  • You are not going to use any other seasonings for grilling, the ingredients are delicious as they are. You can let them speak for themselves and add sauces to dip everything in.



Calories: 372kcalCarbohydrates: 1gProtein: 25gFat: 29gSaturated Fat: 14gPolyunsaturated Fat: 2gMonounsaturated Fat: 12gTrans Fat: 1gCholesterol: 114mgSodium: 69mgPotassium: 420mgFiber: 1gSugar: 1gVitamin A: 694IUVitamin C: 4mgCalcium: 47mgIron: 2mg
Keyword Hibachi, Teppanyaki
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What to drink with hibachi?

The best drinks to have with hibachi are either an ice-cold beer or a whiskey. You can always drink some sake along with your meal or a classic: umeshu, a sweet and sour Japanese liqueur made from ume plums and sugar.

What wine goes with hibachi?

Since hibachi is probably red meat, you’ll want to go with a red wine. A Pinot Noir is an excellent choice. Usually dry and medium-bodied and a great acidity to go with the flavors in the sauces. A Malbec is also an excellent red wine for beginners.

If you’re having salmon or shrimp, you can pair it with a dry white wine. Chardonnay is excellent for hibachi seafood as it is dry, medium-bodied, with a slight acidity.


Now you know how to cook your favorite recipes and what to drink with it, it time to get cooking.

Also read: these are the best hibachi sauce recipes

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Joost Nusselder, the founder of Bite My Bun is a content marketer, dad and loves trying out new food with Japanese food at the heart of his passion, and together with his team he's been creating in-depth blog articles since 2016 to help loyal readers with recipes and cooking tips.