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About Shiro of Japan - Carle Place
For over 42 years Shiro of Japan has the reputation for providing patrons with an exceptional and authentic Japanese dining experience at affordable prices.
Shiro of Japan was founded on the tradition of “true” Japanese hibachi steak house, a concept that introduced America to the cooking art form known as teppanyaki. In Japanese, teppan means an “iron plate” or a “steel sheet,” and yaki, “stir-fried food” or “stir-frying.” The teppanyaki and hibachi styles, come together to create a mouth-watering form of cuisine that continues to increase in popularity in the New York region and across the nation.
Note, when making an online reservation please specify Hibachi, our Sushi Bar Dining Room or Japanese Garden. We also have Tatami Rooms and a large Tatami Room perfect for parties or meetings.
Carle Place, NY 11514
Japanese, Sushi, Hibachi
Hours of Operation:
Mon–Sat 12:00 pm–2:30 pm
Mon–Thu 5:00 pm–10:00 pm
Fri, Sat 5:00 pm–11:00 pm
Sun 3:00 pm–9:00 pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Every table is treated to an amazing fire show!
For catering information go to ShiroOfJapan.com/Catering. We can cater for most any event!
Plenty of parking in back of the restaurant.
Carle Place LIRR (5 minute walk)
Chef Alberto Campos
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We periodically schedule Japanese Festivals, live entertainment and Japanese Workshops throughout the year. Events are posted to our website.
Shiro of Japan - Carle Place Ratings and Reviews
We stopped in for lunch on Tuesday after shopping at the mall. We were in the mood for sushi so I checked open table for sushi restaurants in the area. Based on the reviews, we chose this restaurant and requested a table in the sushi bar. We had a hard time finding items on the sushi menu that appealed to us. We eat sushi very frequently. This menu was very limited and most of their specialty roles were made with “jake” (imitation crab and mayo salad). We ordered a tuna roll and salmon sushi. We also ordered hibachi noodles as an appetizer. The fish seemed fresh and the noodles were tasty, but greasy. For us, it wasn’t worth the price.
Food and service was not good. I had to walk to the front counter to pay. Chef was sloppy and rushing when cooking the food. No one asked if we wanted refills on our drinks. I don't go to Shiro's often, but I do look forward to going when I get a chance. This visit was a big let down.
I had 9:00pm reservation but was not seated until 9:40. The hostess seem that he was very overwhelmed and did not know how to seat groups at the tables. The waiter was very inexperienced and could not handle his tables properly. Sorry, usually my wife and I don't have these issues at Shiro.
I had lunch box chicken tempora and California roll, miso soup, salad
Service was excellent. everything was great, except the chicken was quite dry.
The soup was the best Miso soup I have ever had. the California
roll was average (but the wasabi mustard was toned down to missing the bite I expect.
If the chicken wasn't so dry, I would have rated much higher.
I've been going there for over 20 years, so we love it.. but this most recent visit the food was not up to normal high quality. Could have been the chef we got ?? Fried rice which is usually AWESOME was bland... the filet mignon wasnt nearly as good as it usually it. I'm assuming this is a one time not great experience. Will absolutely go back and hope its as good as it usually is.
A large family group was there finishing up but apparently couldn't do math or control their children. Management did nothing to get them to quiet down. Tables were dirty with large visible bits of food stuck in the track between the griddle top and the table. Took almost 10 minutes to be acknowledged when I was standing at the hostess podium. Food was ok but not great for the price seems like they charge $5 more per plate than other hibachi restaurants and at 4.50 extra per fried rice I thought was excessive.
we have been at shiros many times and always left happy.....this time with six people in our party and nobody touched there meals not the manager nor the waitress asked is there a problem...it was horrible and there was a smell......we might go there one more time in the feature to see if it was an isolated intended .......
We went to celebrate my daughters recital night! Our chef was so funny and fun.. interacted wthe kids so much! He was amazing! The food was delish and a good amount! Waitstaff was attentive and we met a wonderful family that sat at the same table and that was fun.
Food was excellent, Hibachi Chef was awesome, waitress seemed worn out and not loving her job, we were very rushed, every component of the dinner was brought right away, one after the other, was a birthday celebration and the birthday person was presented with a metal bucket filled with silk flowers and a taper candle to blow out after we all sang happy birthday, the birthday bucket has to go, really, we paid for 5 people, I think they could put a candle in a pudding, ice cream or a cupcake instead.
Making appointment was easy and host was nice. Service was below average. Some of us were missing forks and/napkins and had to ask for it. Waitress never came to asked us how we are doing. We were charged for refills on our sodas. Most restaurant don't.
Food was good. Chef was going little too crazy with soy sauce and made the food salty but food was still good. Not enough tricks performed by the chef.
I don't think I will be back. Probably go back to my usual spot.
The food is OK, nothing great. The service is terrible. Would not go back again. The staff is rude. You have wave your hand to get the waiters attention even though the place was empty. The waiters were just sitting down and did not bother to come up even once to check on their own. There are much better sushi and hibachi options in the neighborhood.
I've been going to Japanese restaurants forever. I started with Sakura in Jericho, NY in 1977 & went on from there. The food at Shiro's is really very good, but it all depends on your chef. Some are more into it than others and put on a good show as well as a tasty dish. I have found Shiro's a good combination of both. Thank you & you can be sure, I'll be back.