New Restaurant Concept for Tennessee Opens for Business

SOURCE: Hibachi Grill Buffet, Inc.

KNOXVILLE, TN–(Marketwire – August 12, 2010) – Hibachi Grill Buffet, Inc. announced today the grand opening of its first restaurant in Tennessee, Hibachi Grill and Supreme Buffet.

Located at 9645 Kingston Pike (formerly Mama Blues), the restaurant will open officially with a Knoxville Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting at 11:00 a.m. The public is invited.

“We are excited to bring this concept to Tennessee and to Knoxville,” said Henry Lin, partner and general manager. “Hibachi Grill and Supreme Buffet is focused on delicious food with freshness and variety — a completely different experience from what you typically think of a buffet restaurant.”

Don’t let the name fool you. Hibachi refers to just one feature of the restaurant — the cook-to-order Hibachi grill, where customers can select their own meats and vegetables and watch as they are grilled by the Hibachi chef. The restaurant also includes a wide selection of traditional Chinese, Japanese, Italian and even Mexican items on the buffet. There are over 250 items, from sushi, shrimp, steak, salmon, pasta, and pizza to fresh fruit, pastries, cookies and ice cream.

A large party room is also available for birthdays, corporate meetings, and wedding receptions.

Hibachi Grill and Supreme Buffet is open 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and from 11:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Monday through Friday Lunch Buffet is $6.75. Saturday Lunch Buffet is $7.25. Sunday through Saturday Dinner Buffet is $8.99. Sundays are Dinner Buffet all day for $8.99.

For more information, please call 865-357-3555 or visit online at

Chuck Morris
Morris Creative Group LLC
[email protected]
(865) 637-9869
(865) 300-5669 cell

Henry Lin
Hibachi Grill Buffet, Inc.
(865) 357-3555
(931) 505-3690 cell

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