Enjoy the exciting, ancient art of teppanyaki cooking at the restaurant voted number 1 Japanese restaurant on Maui.
Teppanyaki is derived from “teppan” which means iron plate and “yaki” which means grilled. At Kobe, it is delivered with the style and grace of a Japanese country inn. Blend in the gentle aloha of Hawaii, you will experience an evening where terrific food and entertainment are the perfect combination.
After a delicious bowl of shabu-shabu soup, your teppan chief will begin to cook up an entrée of dishes, right in front of you, cooking it to tasty perfection, while watching him do the “flaming onion volcano”, one of their many culinary tricks.
Another favorite at Kobe is to sit in the sunken sushi bar and order one of uncle Oku’s fabulous daily specials, and enjoy watching the chefs masterfully create their delicious sushi. Oku prides himself on the high quality of fresh fish chosen from local vendors. Approximately 95% of Oku’s fish comes from Hawaii, and the balance of his menu consists of exotic items imported from Japan.
The restaurant décor features many historical ornaments and artifacts to provide an authentic feel of Japan, the mother country.
Dinner is nightly from 5:30PM to 10:00PM. Complete dinners are reasonably priced, with sunset specials available for the first hour. Oku’s sushi bar is open nightly till 11:00PM
Kobe Japanese steak house and Okus sushi bar delights visiting guests and Island locals alike.