I don't like Benihana very much in the States...and I like it even less in Amman. The prices are exorbitant relative to the quantity and quality of food this place serves up. It may be fun to watch the Chefs in action (particularly for my 6yo) but sadly I don't think I'll ever be back.
I went to Benihana 4 years ago , but I didnt get the chance to go again .. I still remember how much I had fun there watching the live cooking with a professional chef ... food was delicious , I def recommend it.
Prices: expensive but worth it ...
if u wanna try out something different go to Benihana
المطعم متخصص بالمطبخ الياباني , وهو جيدجدا يتم عمل الطعام مباشرة من قبل الشف على الطاولة لكن السيئة ان الطاولات كبيرة والمسافات بين الجلوس كبيرة نوعا ما.. الشف ماهر جدا في طريقة التحضير الكوميدية والموظفين وددودين.
الاسعار بمعدل 30 دينار على الشخص.
وهو موجود داخل فندق الميريديان في الشميساني.
Had dinner there last night. We were served by a guy named Omar. Service was great, very attentive and friendly. Some of us had sushi buffet, I had a special order of salmon. Didn't know what to expect but was pleasantly surprised because I'd never tried fried salmon before. It came with some friend vegetables on the side. I felt like spring rolls and although it was a Japanese restaurant, the waiter ordered some from a Chinese restaurant next door.
The only negatives were: 1- was that the fishy smell was very noticeable when we walked in. I'm a bit too sensitive to the smell, but that's just me. 2- The location, at Le Meridien in Shmesani. I don't like Shmesani :)