Kobe Restaurant Offers Great Steaks, Seafood and Teppanyaki

Kobe teppanyaki Kobe Restaurant Offers Great Steaks, Seafood and Teppanyaki

A chef entertains patrons while preparing their dinners at one of Kobe’s 12 teppanyaki tables at their new restaurant in Antioch.

By Allen Payton, Publisher

If you haven’t yet been to the new Kobe Japanese Steak, Seafood, Sushi, Teppanyaki, Fusion restaurant and bar in Antioch, you should.

Named for the finest beef in the world, Kobe is the only restaurant in the area to offer such tender New York steak and Filet Mignon that just melt in your mouth.

Plus, their other menu items of seafood, sushi and chicken will tantalize your taste buds, as well.

What’s more is you can enjoy a show of the preparation of your meal at one of their 12 teppanyaki tables.

Started by four friends who met while all working at the same restaurant, Antioch’s location is Kobe’s fourth, with plans for more.

Partners Benny Chen, Phillip Chau, David Dong and Chef Peter Pan (yes that’s really his name), know what they’re doing from their experience in the restaurant business for between 15 and 30 years, each.

Offering a fine dining experience with five-star food and five-star quality is our goal,” Benny stated.

Lunches include Hibachi Platters, Special Sushi Combos and Bento Boxes. Dinners include Hibachi Entrees and Special “Kobe” Imperial meals, such as steak and lobster or shrimp, and dinner for two with a choice of three items.

They also feature a sushi bar that seats 17 and offer “fusion” choices of Japanese, Korean, Thai and Chinese food, as well as a Kids Menu for age 10 and under.

See their ad on the previous page for location, hours and a special offer.

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