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For variety, look no further than Hibachi Grill Supreme Buffet

By: Kate Uptergrove


Can’t decide what sounds good for dinner? The kids want pizza but you’re thinking something a bit more international. In West County, the answer awaits at Hibachi Grill Supreme Buffet in the Old Orchard Shopping Center off Manchester. 

With 200 items, this bountiful buffet has something for everyone. The buffet includes several stations filled with traditional favorites, such as Black Pepper Chicken, General Tso’s Chicken, Mongolian Beef, Coconut Shrimp, its signature Hibachi Chicken and much more. 

The namesake grill at Hibachi Grill Supreme Buffet. [Photo by Kate Uptergrove]

Start your meal off with a cup of Hot and Sour Soup. You won’t be disappointed. The soup’s rich broth offers just a bit of heat that nicely complements its thinly sliced vegetables, chicken and tofu. It’s a great way to wake up your taste buds before sampling Hibachi’s wide range of entrees. 

Popular dinner items include crab legs, garlic shrimp and crawfish as well as American staples such as meatloaf, fried chicken wings and macaroni and cheese. Pizza, too, is on the menu, though the kids may decide there’s too many other good things to eat.

For patrons on special or vegetarian diets or those watching their calorie intake, Hibachi offers a full salad bar that includes fresh fruit options. Its namesake grill also allows customers to select ingredients that a chef cooks to order. Patrons can choose from fresh vegetables and a variety of proteins along with a choice of rice or noodles.

“Everything is very, very fresh,” explained the restaurant’s owner Chun Yang. And that includes the sushi, which is made fresh in-house each day. Over 20 different sushi rolls are prepared daily, but if a favorite is missing, all a patron has to do is ask. The chef will be happy to prepare it.

You can’t get much fresher than choosing your own proteins and vegetables for a custom-cooked creation at Hibachi grill.

Customer service is very important to Yang. “My employees make sure the quality of the food is high, the restaurant is clean and our customers needs are met. We treat our customers like family.” 

That includes offering them a place to gather for special celebrations.

“Our party room is available at no extra charge,” Yang said. 

Looking for a sweet finish? Try something unconventional, such as ending your meal with Hibachi Grill’s Crab Rangoon – delicate bundles of cream cheese and crab that are perfectly crisp and, when dipped the into restaurant’s Plum Sauce, delightfully sweet. On the more traditional side, Hibachi’s dessert buffet features an array of sweets from cakes and eclairs to ice cream and frozen treats to traditional almond cookies. 

In addition to its dine-in service, Hibachi Grill offers buffet take-out [sold by weight] and can cater any private event. 

Senior citizens, military personnel and teachers receive an everyday discount, with one notable exception: If you are over 90, you eat for free! Children’s meal prices are discounted based on age. 

“Please join us for lunch or dinner,” Yang encouraged. “You will never have more options for this price in one place.”

Hibachi Grill Supreme Buffet 
1282 Old Orchard Center • Ballwin • (636) 527-5488• www.hibachigrillstl.com
Hours: 10:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m., Sunday-Thursday; 10:30 a.m.-10 p.m., Friday-Saturday 
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