Mamaroneck, NY is blessed with an incredible beach and great dining options on Mamaroneck Avenue: from fine Italian cuisine to incredible seafood and everything in between. But one restaurant that really shines above the rest is Red Plum Asian Cuisine, which has the most delicious Hibachi steakhouse in all of Westchester County, and maybe even New York State!
Hibachi Steakhouse Restaurant Review – Asian cuisine with red plums in Mamaroneck – Explore the Hudson Valley with Travel photographer Maxwell Alexander
Only a few minutes from the beach, you will find the first place to taste some of the best Asian cuisine. Featuring the world’s most famous open flame cooking method known as Hibachi grilling, Red Plum’s hibachi chefs are adept at preparing your meal right in front of you. The decor is stunning with high ceilings, unique decor and finishes, and even an indoor waterfall. There’s a modern feel to it all with sleek lighting design and dark woods accenting every corner of the restaurant. The vibe is vibrant and upbeat and the restaurant is known for hosting local DJs. You can also enjoy a nice drink from our full bar while hanging out with friends after a day at the beach. They have something for everyone!
If you’re looking for a delicious, spicy dining experience that rivals some of New York’s most popular restaurants (despite being tucked away in a small town), look no further than Red Plum Asian Cuisine. The restaurant is not only good, it is phenomenal. From their caring staff to their skillful Hibachi chefs and diverse menu options, everything about Red Plum screams success. Perhaps one of my favorite parts of their restaurant is that it looks nothing like your typical Hibachi steakhouse.
Good food and affordable prices
At Red Plum Asian Cuisine, you can expect a standard variety of entrees every night. The restaurant has an amazing lunch menu, my favorite crispy red snapper in homemade pineapple sauce with brown rice is only $12.50.
Overall rating: ★★★★★
Overall, I give Red Plum Asian Cuisine 5 stars: Now I’m off to relax on the beach for a few minutes, then plan my next culinary adventure and restaurant review in the Hudson Valley!