Tony’s Hibachi Japanese Restaurant
Eldersburg is home to several Asian cuisine restaurants, so what makes Tony’s Hibachi so special? Tony’s is the place where Eldersburgians go for great Hibachi dinners, sushi, and a great time. Whether having a casual lunch with a friend or celebrating a birthday, Tony’s makes each experience special.
Fresh and Delicious
The great times and friendly staff at Tony’s can sometimes overshadow the great food. Make no mistake, Tony’s Hibachi has great sushi, appetizers, and hibachi dinners. The ingredients are fresh and cooked to perfection. Fresh veggies make all the difference with the Hibachi meals cooked right in front of you – fresh mushrooms, fresh onions, fresh broccoli…..fresh yum.
A Google Reviewer says it better:
“Best sushi I’ve ever had. I used to work here once upon a time and I can honestly say that yes this place is a little pricier than others, but the quality of the food matches the cost. Tony (the owner) take a lot of pride in serving only the nicest cuts of meat, fresh seafood, and decent sized portions. The sushi is always very fresh and well taken care of. The owner is constantly working to make improvements and is open to suggestions. We moved to Baltimore and frequently travel to Sykesville just because nothing compares to the food served here.”
From the owner Tony greeting you and your party behind the sushi bar to the Hibachi chef preparing and entertaining guests with acrobatic Hibachi cooking, every visitor to Tony’s has a great time. The positive energy and fun times emanate throughout, and special occasions like birthdays are made even more special.
The Hibachi show…rather, the Hibachi-cooked dinner that doubles as entertainment gives hungry guests a wonderful sensory experience while they watch their meal being cooked for them. Highlights include the masterful cooking, the “Volcano” of fire, and the “shrimp toss” – a playful game of shrimp toss and hopeful catch to willing players.
Feel the Love
Tony, namesake owner of Tony’s Hibachi, is widely known in the Eldersburg community as the “giver”. Tony is always willing to donate to schools, nonprofits, and the homeless. He helps out with little thanks or recognition.