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Harmony Japanese Steak House

On our recent trip to Indiana, we stayed at a Hilton chain of hotels located near Zionsville, Indiana. As we passed by each time going and coming, we noticed a very interesting Japanese Steak House close to our hotel. It was called Harmony Japanese Steak House. We decided to give it a try for dinner. Marty and her husband love to eat fish, while my daughter and I do not so much. We are the meat and potatoes type. Nonetheless, we wanted to try something at this restaurant. As we came closer to the door, we noticed a very beautiful outdoor eating area, nicely organized with a garden feel.

Then we stepped inside to a very elegant atmosphere. We looked left towards a nicely lit dining area and then to the right at a naturally lit Hibachi grill area. We were feeling a bit tired from our adventures, so we carried ourselves left into the dining room side and then sat down at a table for four, to very clean and pleasant menus.

Our wait staff greeted us with smiles and courtesy. We began our meal with an excellent Rose’, then the miso soup and a side salad with ginger dressing. Both were very nice! The salad was cool and refreshing, and the soup felt nourishing to our bodies. For entrees, we chose the steak and veggies from the Hibachi grill, the teriyaki shrimp with broccoli, and the California rolls.


We really enjoyed this restaurant so much that we decided to return on another evening for a replay. My daughter and I liked our previous dish so much that we ordered the same again, while Marty and her husband enjoyed the teriyaki salmon bowl. It was so yummy that we kind of forgot that photo, but if you want to read more about this restaurant, you can follow the link above and follow the Travel section on our blog for more of our culinary adventures.

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