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Dec 7, 2011 | by Staff
Kobe’s Japanese Cuisine

Kobe’s Japanese Cuisine Live-cooking entertainment Sauce is the SOUL of the food. A Japanese Cuisine restaurant that features Teppanyaki (Hibachi) cooking – a style of Japanese cuisine that uses an iron griddle to cook food – Kobe’s is the place to be for fresh sushi, delectable dishes, and live-cooking entertainment all within a Japanese-style atmosphere. […]

Kobe’s Japanese Cuisine
Live-cooking entertainment
Sauce is the SOUL of the food.

A Japanese Cuisine restaurant that features Teppanyaki (Hibachi) cooking – a style of Japanese cuisine that uses an iron griddle to cook food – Kobe’s is the place to be for fresh sushi, delectable dishes, and live-cooking entertainment all within a Japanese-style atmosphere.
The chefs themselves add an entertainment value to the restaurant that is hard to find elsewhere. Specially trained in Asian style cooking through culinary schools, many have learned their skills from coastal cities including Los Angeles and New York City, thus offering an east coast / west coast style of entertainment to Fargo. These chefs have all the moves. While preparing your meal over a flat-top grill watch before your eyes as they juggle utensils, split an egg mid-air with a knife and ignite an onion-stacked Mt. Fuji into a flaming volcano.
Kobe’s takes pride in its wide variety of sauces that accompany the sushi. Carefully prepared and largely based on fruit and soy ingredients, sauce is considered to be the SOUL of the food bringing the flavor of Japanese style cooking to its fullest. s out the flavors and and brings out the flavor of Japanese style cooking to its fullest.
Special Sushi Rolls:
Godzilla Roll – spicy tuna with avocado & tobiko.

Drinks:
Kobe’s offers a wide range of imported Japanese beverages that offer a taste of Japan.
Beer: Sapporo (crisp taste, refreshing flavor and a refined bitterness to leave a clean finish.)
Beer: Kirin Ichiban (smooth, clean, full-bodied.)
Sake: rice-based alcoholic beverage (referred to as a form of “rice wine”).
Wine: Choya Umeshu – a Japanese ume fruit liqueur you won’t find in any Fargo Moorhead liquor stores. (Natural and aged with real plum for a refreshing flavor).

Reasons why Kobe’s is a FLAMING spot for food and entertainment:
1. Entertainment
Chefs can sever an egg in mid air, flip fresh veggies into your mouth and keep a fire-spitting onion volcano under control.
2. Sushi
Spicy Tuna, Panko Calamari, and Tempura Salmon – the sushi bar is the freshest around.
3. Healthy
Fresh veggies (not frozen), certified Angus Beef, even gluten-free selections.
4. Group
A single grill seats up to 15 people while a double grill seats up to 25. There’s also a large party room that can hold up to 30 people and includes a projector – great for a business meetings.
5. Catering
Any event, any location.
6. Sake
A rice-based alcoholic beverage of Japanese origin

Sake bomb – courtesy the chef!
Scorpion Bowl – 2 person drink (like a fishbowl) with a flame!
Single grill seats up to 15 people.
Double grill seats up to 25 people.
10% college student discount Sunday – Thursday both dine-in and takeout.
Caters for any event.
Large party room that can hold up to 30 people. Includes a projector screen.
Lunch specials including half off beers or Saki and, Mon-Fri: 2 sushi rolls for $8.95.
Dinner offers specials on sushi and drinks (vary weekly).

Hours:
Sun – Thur : 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Fri – Sat: 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.

Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling: 701-232-5623

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