Benihana Japanese Steakhouse
Make it your most 'Memorable Meal'
Come Celebrate Sake at Benihana!
From September 29 - October 3, 2015, enjoy a $50 Izumi Sake and Teriyaki Chicken Combo in celebration of World Sake Day.
Purchase a pint of Sapporo for only $6 when you order any appetizer or sushi roll on the menu.
Benihana is a fabulous Japanese steakhouse experience in downtown Toronto - enjoy the excitement of teppan cooking right at your table. Benihana is the winner of WHERE magazine's 'Most Memorable Meal' award in the Japanese category for two consecutive years and 2015 Winner of OpenTable.com Diners' Choice Award. Experience what everyone else is raving about and book your reservation today.
Instead of using conventional kitchens, Benihana's highly skilled chefs present and prepare all entrées at a 'hibachi' table, around which, up to seven guests are seated. (Small dining parties may be seated together with other guests). A fast-paced performance of chopping and juggling creates an exciting teppanyaki-style dining experience for guests of all ages. Guests are also invited to venture their taste buds into more exotic foods from our sushi and sashimi menus.
Hours of Operation
Tuesday - Thursday: 5:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Friday - Saturday: 5:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Will you be arriving by car? Please note major roadwork is being completed in the area by the City of Toronto/Toronto Transit Commission. Click here for directions and more information.
Reservations are recommended. Call 416-860-5002 to reserve a table or click on the Reserve Now button above.
All menu items and prices are subject to change.
Locally-Brewed Ontario Spring Water Sake at Benihana
Benihana has its first locally brewed sake, IZUMI (spring water). The Ontario Spring Water Sake Company began brewing rare, high-quality sake that is now exclusive to our hotel. The sake is prepared using traditional Japanese methods and recipes and made with fresh Ontario spring water sourced for ideal sake brewing.
The delicious sake is fruity, rich and delicate; there is no comparison to this high-end Japanese drink. The sake’s delightful flavour is enhanced using special Northern Ontario spring water and prepared in the “Junmai” (pure rice) style.