Mystery Diner: Hibachi Grill truly has it all
The Hibachi Grill & Supreme Buffet on Rollins Road in Round Lake hasn’t had a month since its grand opening, but the Mystery Diner has been assigned.
But where do I start?
The Sushi Bar? Two chefs continually turn out fresh sushi for patrons to select. I’m no expert, but there seemed a variety of rice rolls and toppings, including ginger and wasabi, all as fresh as they could roll it.
The Mongolian Grill? I handed my selections on a plate to the chef. I chose shrimp and pork from half a dozen meats, mixed with rice noodles, mushrooms and jalapenos. The chef sizzled the ingredients on his iron flattop, and asked me,“Garlic?” Yes. More sizzle. “Spicy?” A little. More sizzle, and with some spatula play, he handed me my dish. It was hot, fresh and full of flavor, and yes, a little spicy. I’m already wondering what I’ll get on my next trip.
The Family Diner? The Mystery Diner knows, some kids are picky beyond words, and won’t eat anything unusual at a restaurant. They only want pizza. Or chicken nuggets. Or mac and cheese, or tater tots, or onion rings, bbq chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy. The Hibachi Grill had all these and more. And for the very picky eater, yes, today the Hibachi Grill was serving mini-octopus.
The Fresh Fish House? Today featuring shrimp and mussels on ice, spiced clams, baked salmon, fried and caked scallops and swai fish fillets. And did I mention octopus?
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