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Hokkaido Hibachi & Sushi

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1200 Town Center Drive
Jupiter, FL 33458
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(561) 408-6150
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Editorial review from Urbanspoon 6/29/2012

Hokkaido Hibachi & Sushi, the name itself states their potential in grade A subjects. From the delicious Hibachi dinners served with Japanese clear soup, house salad, with a unique flavorful ginger dressing. Also comes with your choice of steamed, fried, or brown rice. Food is simply amazing, not to mention the spectacular performance from the Hibachi Chef. I come here at least two times a week. The servers and management are all genuinely welcoming and great to be around. Not only do I come to the Hibachi with my family, but also take my time on the lounge side with my date. Amazing Chef's specials, Crispy Duck to be exact. Great bartenders and martinis that have me coming back every time. Service is exquisite. I give them a 9/10. Hokkaido is the place to be if you want great live entertainment at the hibachi area, or lounge if you want to enjoy the night and have a good time. more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 6/24/2012

Low quality food with high prices. Short pours on cocktails. Pick up Chinese food for a fraction of the price and it will taste better. The fried rice was scary! I think it was cooked the previous day. more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 6/14/2012

we had a blast here for happy hour, and decided to stay for dinner. jackie the sushi chef suggested dumpling and crispy duck special for $22 was outstanding. $3 drinks specials, the sweet shrimp and walnut chinese dish was yummy! our service was nice but could not stay for the karaoke, but looks like fun. will come back again!!! more

Editorial review from Urbanspoon 6/8/2012

There was nothing enjoyable about this restaurant - with the one exception being the pleasantness of the waitress who served us. I won't waste space criticizing the decor (like why there is a giant plaque for the German wheat beer Hefenweissen hanging in the dining room) or the filthy restrooms. I'll stick to the food. I ordered three things and all three things sucked. First was a bowl of seawater that was described on the menu as "miso soup." The sodium content was so high in this serving that I could feel the capillaries in my brain beginning to burst. There were tiny little cubes of tofu floating around in it somewhere along with some seaweed, but I decided not to risk continuing to eat for health reasons. Next came fried dumplings. I love good fried dumplings. These were not good. The dumpling wrapper on these Hokkaido dumplings consisted of a quarter inch thick slab of uncooked dough. The uncooked dough was seared in oil and was served with copious gobs of oil still pooling in its contours. Inside the thick, gelatinous dough chrysalis was a salty meatball that was probably pork but kind of had a dog-foodish smell to it. It was really gross and I tried to remove the dough-skin and just try dipping the porkball in the sauce, but that just made it seem more like dog food. I forgot to mention that these things were enormous - like megadumplings from the Cenozoic era - and this raised the nastiness to a greater scale. Finally I got the Tempura Lobster. The menu described it as a whole lobster fried, tempura style with vegetables. What I got was a few pieces of previously frozen Florida lobster tail, tough and stringy, served poorly fried and extremely greasy. The tempura vegetables were cooked so long they practically oozed out of their oily, fried casings. In a nutshell, this place is gross and I recommend any other Japanese restaurant in town over Hokkaido. If Gordon Ramsay did an episode of Kitchen Nightmares here, he would have beat the crap out of the chef and shut down the restaurant. more
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  • The Best Neighborhood Japanese Restaurant with a Touch of the Asian Fusions!

    The people behind sushi for all mankind, never tried sushi or Japanese cuisine? Try us and we guarantee you will walk out hooked on our food. That's what we do best; making non-believers into believers that Japanese cuisine is our new comfort food.

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  • Hours:

    Mon 12:00-23:00 Tue 12:00-23:00 Wed 12:00-23:00 Thu 12:00-23:00 Fri 16:00-01:00 Sat 16:00-01:00 Sun 16:00-23:00
  • Neighborhoods:

    Town Center
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