About House of Japan - Dublin
Japanese Hibachi Steakhouse, Seafood, and Sushi Restaurant where we cook and entertain you right in front of the Grill. Everyone gets a Front Row Seat!!
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:00pm, Saturday & Sunday: 11:30am - 2:30pm; Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:30pm, Friday 5:00pm - 10:00pm & Saturday: 4:30pm - 10:30pm, Sunday: 4:30pm - 9:00pm
Tuttle Crossing Rd. and Blazer Parkway
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Watch our chefs perform tricks, flying shrimp tails, fire volcano, juggling eggs and much more... You have to come to experience it!!!! Bring the kids too... They would love it!!!
Private Party Contact:
Joyce or Jack: 614-792-2445x
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Wine
House of Japan - Dublin Ratings and Reviews
Usually this is my favorite place to go! ...
Usually this is my favorite place to go! However during this last dinner our chef added way too much butter and oil to the food, making it very greasy. He also dropped his utensils several times, even into the food.
I love HOJ and have been going there for ...
I love HOJ and have been going there for many years but they are now seating 10 to a table. They put a chair on each outside corner of the seating table. The person with me and I were against each other literally the whole time and we are not big people. I, personally, would rather have to wait for and be able to completely enjoy my dining experience than to be shoved together like that. It really took away from the whole experience.
It was really busy but because we had a ...
It was really busy but because we had a reservation we did not have to wait long. Service is always great and I love the energy that the chef has to offer at the table! Food and drinks were great as always, can't wait to go back!
my son chose this for his 13th birthday ...
my son chose this for his 13th birthday meal. the waiter was lack luster complared to the other chefs. We have been there several times & this visit is by far the worst one we have had.
We made it clear to both the waiter & chef it was his birthday dinner. there was another couple beside us also celebrating a birthday. No one offered the photo and pinapple option to either of us. he was disappointed.
We go here quite frequently. We are alwa ...
We go here quite frequently. We are always treated good and the food is always great! The value is good. A little pricey for dinner but worth it every once in a while. A fun place to get good food for your money.
First of all - Our food was absolutely d ...
First of all - Our food was absolutely delicious. Our cook was a lot of fun - especially since we had a child at the table with us.
However - I made the Reservation on Open Table, thinking that our Reservation would be honored. We arrived at 7pm for our Reservation and told that our table would be ready in 20 minutes. I was a little taken back because the Reservation was for 7pm, but that's beside the point. We were not seated until 7:50pm. For a reservation, I find this completely unacceptable. If this was advertised as "call ahead seating", I understand - but not a reservation. There is a difference. There's also a LARGE difference between 20 minutes & 50 minutes - especially when a Child is a part of the Party, which I made mention of when originally making the Reservation. We will consider going back, but without child (who became restless, and rightfully so, after waiting almost 1.5 hours for food that we weren't expecting to wait) but I feel like making a Reservation is pointless when it's not honored.
I have yet to be disappointed with House ...
I have yet to be disappointed with House of Japan. Since I live an hour away, I only get there a few times a year, but every dining experience is as good as the last. It's a little pricey, so make sure you have deep pockets before you go. It's not someplace I could eat every week, even if I lived close, but for special occasions or just a fun night out, it's the place to go!
My friends and I tried House of Japan fo ...
My friends and I tried House of Japan for the first time last Thursday. This restaurant is all about having a fun dining experience. The chef provided the best possible food show many of my friends and I had ever seen. The flaming onion volcano, flying shrimp tails, heart shaped rice and the other tricks performed by the chef made the experience enjoyable. House of Japan will even do a birthday celebration which includes music, drums, and a pineapple carved into a boat with a sparkler. Another nice thing about this restaurant is you get a lot of food for a reasonable price. All dinner entrees come with mushroom soup, house salad, shrimp appetizer, vegetables, and steamed rice. House of Japan also has a sushi bar which offers a large selection of seafood.
We love House of Japan, but Sunday it ju ...
We love House of Japan, but Sunday it just seemed off. Food wasn't as good as usual. Cook seemed uninterested, overcooked some items, slow refilling drinks. This is certainly not the norm for House of Japan in Dublin.
In my opinion, the best Japenese Steak H ...
In my opinion, the best Japenese Steak House in the area. Good service. Entertaining chefs and quality food prepared right before your eyes. Food is delicious in flavor and quite filling.
This is a great lunch get-away when you have a few extra minutes to relax and enjoy.
I went to the restaurant with two friend ...
I went to the restaurant with two friends and my 9 year old granddaughter. The occasion was the birthday of one of my friends. The wait staff was very cordial and accommodating, but the table chef was TOTALLY AWESOME. I eat there often and I have noticed that the chefs generally go all out with the entertainment when there are children at their table or a nearby table. He was also an exceptional cook. (the last time that I ate there the food was not very good).
Great food and a good value if you go du ...
Great food and a good value if you go during lunch time and order the feast. However, I noticed that most table had 9-10 people at them which to me is a bit squished. Thankfully, we had 4 kids at our table who didn't take up much room, but I don't like being squished together. I wish they would go back to seating 7-8 around the table. Even the guy at the table across from us made a big fuss because he had mostly adults at their table and they were crammed together. It makes it hard to enjoy the good food when you are constantly elbowing somebody else. Food was excellent though.
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