hibachi hibachi  /hə ˈbɑ tʃi/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a portable brazier that burns charcoal and has a grill for cooking
  2. (v) cook over a hibachi grill

Usage(s):

  • Central heating has taken the place of the hibachi (brazier) and of the kotatsu, the hole in the floor filled with hot coals to keep the family feet warm.

News

  1. Deal will keep Hibachi Hut in Manhattan after historic restaurant goes under

    Hibachi Hut, an Aggieville staple since 1959, announced it had gone out of business on May 26. Alan Benest, who worked at Hibachi Hut for a year and a half, said he found out the next morning when a friend and co-worker called him to break the news. “I guess I wasn’t surprised I found [...]
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Kansas State Collegian

  2. Restaurant review: Hibachi theatrics add fun to Toyo’s Asian offerings

    Since the cliché says that everything old is new again, this must include the recent return of restaurant hibachis.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Norwich Bulletin

  3. IPhone reported stolen on June 2 at Hibachi Bar and Supreme Buffet

    IPhone reported stolen on June 2 at Hibachi Bar and Supreme Buffet
    on June 8, 2013     Source: Independent Press

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Quotes

  1. "It was a big game," Wizards forward Antawn Jamison said with a big sigh. "We knew that they remember Gilbert yelling 'Hibachi,' scoring 50 and Caron (Butler) yelling after the game. We knew that, so it's a surprise for us to come out and...
    on Jan 23, 2007 By: Antawn Jamison Source: USA Today

  2. "He's 'Hibachi,' but I'm 'Mr. Fifty,'" Stevenson said. "Put that in the newspaper so he'll get mad."
    on Feb 20, 2007 By: DeShawn Stevenson Source: Forbes

  3. "I knew they weren't going to let me take the shot. You have to turn off the grill. The 'hibachi' grill didn't get turned on tonight," said Arenas, referring to the word he sometimes yells when taking a shot. "I'm not going to go out there...
    on Jan 17, 2007 By: Gilbert Arenas Source: Forbes

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