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Top 10 Places for Teppanyaki

Top 10 places for Teppanyaki

Latest Reviews for Teppanyaki

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Teppanyaki

UOB Gourmet Stories
3 course Lunch
S$35++ for UOB Cardmembers

Chapter I:
Hokkaido Hotate Clam Chowder
with puree of Japanese leeks, cabbage and cauliflower mixed with velouté sauce

Chapter II:
Grilled Kurobuta Pork

Chapter III:
Teppan Garlic rice
with seasonal item from Japan refreshing cucumber and daikon,
a perfect match with the umami flavour of the anchovies
Teppan by Chef Yonemura
Address 🏠 : 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 🇸🇬 098 269
Tel ☎️ : 6577 6688
Open ⏰ :
Lunch : 12pm - 2.30pm
Dessert : 2pm - 5pm
Dinner : 6pm - 10.30pm
Website 🌐 :
MRT 🚇 : Harbourfront (NE1/ CC29)

Teppan Pork Shogayaki Set
served with kobachi, chawanmushi and dessert

Tasty and affordable lunch set.

like the choice to pay an extra $5 to upgrade to foie gras on the omakase teppanyaki menu... watching it gently sizzle on the grill and then be lovingly plated by chef was a treat, but of course, getting to devour it was even better!

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One of the best wagyu steak can be found at Teppan by Chef Masayasu Yonemura, who also owns two very successful Michelin-starred restaurants in Kyoto and Tokyo.
The 6 course menu comes with two appetizers, a fish, this Miyazaki Steak, a Kagoshima wagyu shabu shabu, garlic rice, and a dessert. And for $60++ more, you can go for the 9 course dinner which comes with more appetizers - the Boston lobster matcha appetizer served during TGFF) and Hamaguri clam chowder, and a cold pasta with Japanese octopus served before this steak.
They serve innovative French-Japanese fare, with a blend of nouvelle Japanese kaiseki with traditional teppanyaki sizzling on an iron griddle.
And this Miyazaki steak was the highlight of the meal - theatrically and gastronomically. It was A4, and it's the tenderloin cut, yet it was very juicy, and certainly rich in beef flavour. The iron sear and fire certainly retains most of these treasured juices within the steak.
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Teppanyaki Beef Fried Rice - $13
Gyuniku Hotatemaki - $35
Perfectly grilled scallops wrapped in thinly sliced US beef is so tender so shiok, just give me a bowl of white rice and I’m good! The teppanyaki beef fried rice is rather fragrant with the wok hei taste. I also love their Teppanyaki Broccoli ($13), which have a buttery taste, only if it was double the portion I would be double satisfied. Pampering fine dinning at Keyaki
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And even though I did not settle for a set dinner or some sort of an Omakase, the food items that I chose for this meal were largely things that I enjoyed having, for instance the Garlic Fried Rice (S$9.00), the Gyuniku Hotatemaki (S$35.00) and the Tempura Moriawase (S$33.00). In fact, the Broccoli Teppanyaki (S$13.00) surprised me with its rich buttery taste above that crisp and crunch.

But one day if I decide to come in again, I should be getting myself a place at the Teppanyaki section of the restaurant, because it is always fun to watch the chef in action and catch a whiff of the fragrance (and grease) from all those cooking.

On the whole, the prices listed on the menu was not near the “affordable” category, but I chose to believe the occasional spending here would be worth the splurge.

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Too lazy to cook after exercise.
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Really liked the salmon in Shima sauce which was very soft and flavorful! Scallop and lamb were tender and pleasant to eat too. But the star of the night was the wagyu beef which was simply delicious but more pricey. Beef tenderloin was otherwise decent although I expected more. A pleasant experience overall though, only wish the chef interacted with us more(:

This is made with lots of ingredients such as bacon, beef, seafood etc and is enough for 4 pax if you have other items. Or you can have just pork (bacon) or beef or seafood. This Japanese pancake or some called Japanese pizza is made with flour, eggs and other carbo as the base. Then the chosen ingredients are piled on it and pan fried. It usually takes about 30 minutes to cook one. End product is yummy umami.


Osaka Kitchen is a teppanyaki eatery that give quality food. The pork loin was very well cooked and it’s tender and tasty. It’s enough for two to eat so we can order other delicious food like their special okonomiyaki. See my next review on it


The seafood was amazingly fresh, juicy and well-marinated. We also shared a tonpeiyaki which was yummy as well! Price came up to $69 for 2. Will definitely return for more.

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