Teppanyaki

What is Teppanyaki?

 

Originating in Japan in 1945, Teppanyaki is a Japanese cooking style which uses an iron griddle to create a delicious fusion of flavours. Derived from the Japanese word “teppan” (iron plate) and “yaki” (grilled), Teppanyaki-style uses ingredients such as seafood, beef, chicken or vegetables. These ingredients are flash cooked on a griddle and served with side dishes of fried rice, egg noodles and soy sauce. From the full, mouthwatering flavours to the enriching and entertaining experience of watching it be prepared, Teppanyaki is an authentic Japanese experience.

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Teppanyaki

What is Teppanyaki?

 

Originating in Japan in 1945, Teppanyaki is a Japanese cooking style which uses an iron griddle to create a delicious fusion of flavours. Derived from the Japanese word “teppan” (iron plate) and “yaki” (grilled), Teppanyaki-style uses ingredients such as seafood, beef, chicken or vegetables. These ingredients are flash cooked on a griddle and served with side dishes of fried rice, egg noodles and soy sauce. From the full, mouthwatering flavours to the enriching and entertaining experience of watching it be prepared, Teppanyaki is an authentic Japanese experience.