At Rocky Japanese Steak Teppan Restaurant, we're a study in contradictions
Rocky Aoki lived a life of unmatched adventure. Hot air balloonist, cigarette boat racer, Cannonball Run winner, world backgammon champion and Wrestling Hall of Fame inductee, he lived many lifetimes in one.
Accomplished, experienced, sophisticated, Rocky was ahead of his time. An iconic restaurateur, Rocky introduced the concept of “eatertainment” to America fifty-five years ago, blending Japanese-style teppan cooking with showmanship and grandeur to rival the century’s most prolific performances.
ROCKY TEPPANYAKI HOURS
Dinner Service: Monday – Sunday —— 4:30 PM – 10:00 PM (Last Seating)
Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort
2005 Kalia Road, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96815 USA
Guests receive free four hour parking and may park at the adjacent self-parking facility.
Aloha For Rocky Teppanyaki
Amazing food and even more amazing prices we had a beautiful lunch on the patio and our meals were 12.50 each which was cheap in comparison to anywhere else but the quality I expect from Benihana was still there. They are located beside the Hilton in Waikiki
- Cynthia R.
This is the best place to go to for lunch or dinner here in Waikiki! Great price for high quality service and food. I ordered the filet mignon with the fried rice! They finally brought back fresh garlic into the recipe for the fried rice, it was excellent. The steak was wonderful and cooked to perfection.
- Jake R.
We visited while we were on vacation and celebrated my sons 6th birthday and parents anniversary. Everybody had a blast. PJ is by far the best chef with Amazing people skills. He was very friendly and patient with my boys. Sean our server was very informative and on point. He didn't miss a beat and made sure we had everything we needed in a timely manner.
- Harlem W.
Exceptional teppanyaki as well as service! My experience was with a server Rochelle, she provided a unique experience for my family and I even though it was peak time for business. Upon leaving Shinji left us with a warm goodbye in Japanese which left my wife feeling the Aloha.