Hibachi Grill: Buffet, Grill, Sushi Bar for Great Dining Experience
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Hibachi Grill: Buffet, Grill, Sushi Bar for Great Dining Experience

New Chinese-American Buffet and Hibachi Grill in St. Charles, Missouri, has great food, great atmosphere, great price.

Hibachi Grill recently opened in St. Charles, MO, on Mexico Road. It offers a full buffet, hibachi grill for made to order cuisine, and a sushi bar. The restaurant is at the end of a strip mall with easy access and plenty of parking. The buffet is available for lunch $6.95 and dinner $9.59, not including drinks. Sunday all day is the dinner price. The atmosphere is fairly typical, with the standard decor of most Chinese buffets. However, it seemed brighter and airier than most--plenty of room between tables and between the aisles of the buffet. Restrooms were well appointed and clean, as was the rest of the restaurant. A party room for groups of up to 40 is also available in the back of the restaurant.

The food was better than many of the Chinese buffets. There was a typical salad bar, although the fresh fruit selections were more numerous. There was also a bar for cold shrimp and other seafood appetizers. A good selection of regular appetizers, including the expected egg rolls, fried mushrooms, fried zucchini, and crab rangoon. The oriental dishes ranged from mild to somewhat hot and had a good mix of chicken, pork, beef, and fish dishes. Several different kinds of vegetables and soups were also available.Signage was very clear so you knew what you were getting. The American portion of the buffet was much better than usual. In addition to the standard pizza and spaghetti, diners could have baked chicken, grilled/baked fish, roast beef, and roast pork, plus sides of mashed potatoes and gravy, and mac and cheese. Also delicious hot rolls. The desserts took two buffet rows. In one were the baked goods: cookies, cakes of various kinds, and pastries. In the other, Blue Bunny ice cream with toppings, all self serve, so you could get as much as you wanted. An addition, the staff kept a keen eye on the buffet, refilling items quickly as they started to get low. Other than the roast beef, which was nearly gone when we had our late lunch, everything else was plentiful.

At the hibachi grill, you could choose from a variety of meats and vegetables to have your dish prepared to order. The sushi bar was also quite plentiful. Both bars were staffed so there was no real waiting to get someone to help you at all.

At the table, the wait staff was on their toes (and they smiled!). Dishes were cleared quickly. Drinks refilled without asking. And you didn't feel rushed to eat and run so others would have a table as you sometimes feel in other establishments. Also, because of the roominess of the restaurant, you didn't feel you were intruding on another party's conversations, nor were you constantly bumping into someone else's chair when you got up to get the next course.

All in all, this was a very enjoyable experience. Good food of great quality at a good price, well-trained wait staff, good atmosphere, good price! 

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