3760 Inland Empire Blvd, Ontario, CA 91764
Very disappointed!! I was excited to go spend time with the family, but it turned into a horrible experience pretty fast. For starters we ordered drinks but they ran out of the big bowls for the drink and I was told he would bring it to my table when he found one, I was ok with that and tipped the bartender. 30 minutes later. I sign it my drink so that was irritating. I ask for anything else. The manager brought the same drink in smaller glasses and spilled a good amount on my sister (we were celebrating her bday).
Keep an eye out on your bill, my friend was being billed for drinks she had already paid at the bar and when she showed her receipt they said that that was a bill, the bartender kept saying that she didn't pay so she had to log into her bank account to show that she had paid.
Probably better to just stay away!!
Don't bother. We went for a movie and dinner with the girls.... waited 3 1/2 hours for a table. Large parties with no reservations where being seated before us. I asked the hostess a few times, and she responded, if you don't like it go to applebees. WOW. Don't waste your time coming here, the hostesses are so rude, poor management, tiny filthy place, bland and overcooked food. The whole reason for going to this type of restaurant is for the entertainment the chef provides, but our entertainment was the chef spilling our steak on the carpet. If we werent watching him like a hawk, he probably would have tried to serve us that same steak. Worst service ever. And did I mention they automatically charge you the tip with the bill? I didn't want to leave anything but was forced to even though we received he worse service ever. Before, when it was your birthday, they would bring you a special pineapple plate or a special sundae, now, it's just a candle in your ice cream at the end of your meal. Never coming back to this rat nest again. Wish I could give this dump half a star. One star is still too generous.
09/21/2010Provided by Citysearch -
On the night of Wednesday September 15, 2010, my husband and I went to Benihana in Ontario, CA. The reason why I am writing this is to warn others to not have David as your chef. David does not deserve the title of “chef”, instead he should be placed back in the kitchen to prep. Our night was incredible until this poor excuse of a “chef” came to the table. He started out by mumbling his introduction and showing the table that he has zero personality at all. It was a huge disappointment considering there were a total of three birthdays at the table, myself included.
My husband and I have been there multiple times before and we absolutely love the fried rice. We have learned our lesson in the past that we need to have extra to take home, so this time we ordered a second cup of fried rice. Unfortunately, it was another chance for David to cook up a disappointment. We both received a cup and a half of fried rice, rather than two whole servings. In fact, the other four people who ordered fried rice got ripped off too. This one loud mouth at the end of the table, who did not order fried rice, ended up getting three times more rice than anyone else. Even the people who were sitting next to us were upset.
Throughout the time David was at the table he did two acts that were half-assed: the steaming onion and the flipping of the leftovers into his hat. Wow… He also did another “trick” – give special treatment to those who spoke Spanish to him.
If you go to Benihana in Ontario, CA, and see a “chef” named David coming to your table ask to be relocated. If you do not speak up, then you are in for a night of disappointment and frustration as you look at the other tables that are laughing and having fun. Who knows, but if you speak Spanish to him then maybe you will get a better time and more food from him…
The service is not good. The salad was disgusting, the soup was good but it was not served hot, the temp was warm/cold. I had the chicken, shrimp and steak there and the taste of the food is not bad..but it is not what i expected for the price..the ingredients they use is just salt, pepper and garlic and butter... nothing fancy, you can make this at home. The sushi was good. It was my first and last experience there at Benihanas, the chef was boring no fancy tricks. I was embarrased that i talked soo good about this place to my mom and uncle, and they too were not satisfied with the food. What a waste of money. I would not recommend this resteraunt to anyone.
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Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Japanese, Asian, Family Style, Take Out, Sushi, Seafood, Bar & Grills
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Pets Allowed: No