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317 West Sixth Street
Erie, PA 16507

(814) 453-6921

The Preferred Restaurants® of Erie & Chautauqua is a collection of exceptional dining establishments that participate in a limited membership, top-tier dinner club that enables a select clientele to experience their exceptional food and ambiance at great savings.

Aoyama Japanese Steakhouse


970 Millcreek Mall
Erie, Pennsylvania 16509

Serving Monday thru Thursday 11:30 to 2:15; 4:30 to 9 pm. 
Friday 11:30 to 2:15; 
4:30 to 10 pm.
Saturday 12 to 10 pm. Sunday 12 to 9 pm.

Call for Summer Hours.



California Roll

Shrimp Tempura Roll

Chef Specialty Rolls

Seafood Yakitori

Volcano Shrimp


Teriyaki Chicken

N.Y. Strip Steak


Shrimp & Scallops

Shrimp & Vegetable Tempura

Yaki Udon Noodles

Surf & Turf


Tempura Fried Ice Cream

Banana Tempura

Megumi Santana, manager   |   Mandy Sugent, assistant manager   |    Chef Jufi Andreas

Megumi Santana, manager   |   Mandy Sugent, assistant manager   |    Chef Jufi Andreas

The Show is on Your Plate

Like a fabulous sushi roll, Aoyama Japanese Steakhouse is a lot of wonderful things rolled into one exceptional restaurant. This sleek and chic eatery has four areas … the Sushi Bar; the Lounge, which offers a full service bar; the Dining Room, with traditional tables, where your food is brought to you fully prepared; and the Hibachi (teppanyaki) tables, where your food is cooked right before you with Japanese flair.

Aoyama is where you want to be for the freshest sushi. Here talented sushi chefs impress novice and connoisseur customers alike. You can order all your favorites … there are 20 sushi platters and 13 chef specialty sushi rolls to whet your appetite. Sushi is served at the Sushi Bar and throughout the restaurant along with sake and exotic drinks. For a real show, visit one of the 16 Hibachi (teppanyaki) tables. There you will be dazzled by a great deal of slicing, dicing and fiery showmanship, as your chef prepares your meal with as much wit as he does culinary skill. Try the chicken and shrimp; filet mignon and scallops; or chicken teriyaki. But, by all means, do not deprive family and friends of this spectacle; a Hibachi (teppanyaki) table seats up to 22. There are two party rooms that seat up to 44 … bring a crowd and enjoy the fun.

Please remember, reservations are highly recommended.