Hibachi Grill Offers Supreme Variety

Hibachi Grill Supreme Buffet is my all-time favorite restaurant. The location in St. Charles is my ultimate go-to restaurant for a feast with quality fresh ingredients.

Photo by Alexia Duncan

Name: Hibachi Grill Supreme Buffet
Location: 3801 Mexico Road, St. Charles, Missouri 63303
Price: $$

Are you looking to make your taste buds happy with wonderful flavors? If so, you should definitely try Hibachi Grill Supreme Buffet. They have wonderful Chinese food that will leave your stomach full and taste buds satisfied.

Hibachi Grill Supreme Buffet is the No. 1 place I pick to dine at all the time. It’s getting to the point where my family is tired of hearing me bring the name up, but I can’t help it because the food is simply amazing, and Chinese buffet food is always my favorite.

And it’s hard to beat the price point at $10.99 for the dinner buffet, or all day Sunday, and $7.29 for the lunch buffet. Prices for children 10 and under are lower.

Hibachi’s restaurant is a Chinese buffet where people can dine in and eat as much as they want, and for me that’s my kind of restaurant.

I first heard about Hibachi opening through a commercial and after seeing it I knew I just had to try it. My first time trying Hibachi was exactly what I hoped for.

When you first walk into the restaurant it has two Chinese statues placed by the door as if you are being welcomed into a palace.

After you walk through the doors, you see tables split into sections on the left and right sides of the restaurant. In the middle of the restaurant are the delicious food stands, while in the back of the restaurant there is an area where patrons can order their own personal stir fry.

When going where the food is, they split the food up into eight stations, with six of the stations being hot stations and the other two being cold stations.

They have a nice variety of food. There are different flavors of chicken like General Tso, sesame seed, black peppered and their very own Hibachi style chicken. They also have rice, noodles, beef and broccoli, crab Rangoon, vegetables and so much more.

They even have a nice dessert section as well, where people can get ice cream, cookies and even fruits.

My favorite food would be their black pepper chicken with rice, green beans and their very own Hibachi chicken.

Not only is the food wonderful but the customer service is awesome.

The employees are nice and respectful, and they’re quick when it comes to getting the customers what they need.

Overall, the place is just wonderful. You’re getting excellent food and great customer service. I don’t think it can get any better than that.

I would recommend Hibachi Grill and Supreme Buffet because it’s one of my favorites, and after you eat there, it just might become one of your favorites as well.

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Alexia Duncan

Alexia Duncan

Alexia Duncan is a contributing writer for MBU Timeline. A transfer student to Missouri Baptist University, Duncan is majoring in communications. She is hoping to become a sports broadcaster or sports journalist when she graduates from MBU. Duncan is also a part of the MBU women’s basketball team.


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