Like the popular Benihana restaurant chain, Ron of Japan’s chefs prepare your food in the teppanyaki-style—on a sizzling iron plate set into each table. Each grilled meal (choices include filet mignon, lobster tail, chicken breast and tofu) is served with two shrimp kogane-yaki (an appetizer topped with an egg-yolk sauce), chicken soup, a salad, veggie rice, green tea and dessert. Not only do you get a meal, but, as with all teppanyaki-style dining, you also get a table-side culinary performance from the restaurant’s knife-wielding chefs.
|Venue name:||Ron of Japan||Contact:|
230 E Ontario St
|Cross street:||between Fairbanks Ct and St. Clair St|
|Transport:||El stop: Red to Grand. Bus: 2, 3, 4, 10.|
|Price:||Average main course: $25|
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Took my son here for his birthday with a few of his friends. They rolled out the red carpet for him and they had a great time. There is nothing better than having a chef come to the table and make onion volcanos and set food on fire. It was good, its perfect for group outing and big celebrations. It seems like everyone there was having a birthday or event.