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Yaki Yaki Bo Teppanyaki is one of the Japanese restaurants located at the Japanese Food Street in Jurong Point. Prepared LIVE on a high temperature flat griddle placed right in front of diners, Yaki Yaki Bo dishes up juicy beef, tender chicken, fresh vegetables and delicious seafood such as lobster, shrimp and squid. Watch the chef as he seasons, slices and serves up your order with lightning flair and finesse. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 22:00
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Review (19)
Level4 2014-01-06
Weekday afternoon, I was with my friend to have late lunch at Japanese restaurant. Under Ichiban Sushi, Yaki Yaki Bo was a casual dining place offered favourite Teppanyaki cuisine. Enjoy the skillful action of the chef, they tossed and sliced up in front of customers. Atmosphere was pleasant and prompt service, it was a place to eat with fun.A bowl of rice would be perfect to accompany this, pipping hot while it served. Peppery fragrant was addictive and spicy, well shake with onion and chilli paddy.It was fresh to max, tender and very smooth in texture. Only few pieces, the platter was concentrated on quality not quantity.Normal dish ever, it was nothing to scream of. A decent bowl with steamed egg, it was salty enough to consume. Overall was satisfying but price a bit steep. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-12
Chicken set $9.90I was pleasantly surprised by how tender the chicken cubes were! They were also marinated well and were packed with flavours. The set came with a plate of beansprouts which were well-cooked too. Chicken and seafood $24.90this was quite pricey imo but the prawns were fresh and the chicken was good. Overall, if you are around the vicinity and are looking for affordable and decent teppanyaki, try out yaki yaki, it won't be yucky! continue reading
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Level2 2013-03-09
Me and my boyfriend always patronize this restaurant when the queue goes too long for the Ichiban Restaurant few steps away. The queue is relatively shorter for Yaki Yaki Bo although the restaurant also has too little seats. The food taste is superb. It looks and taste healthy. The portion is just nice for two people. If you do not want to get oily smell on you, choose the seats that are closer to the entrance.Reasonable price and since it is belonged to the same company group that own Ichiban, you can collect a stamp for every $20 you spent. continue reading
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Do you know that there is actually a Japanese Street, by the name Osaka Food Paradise, at the basement of Jurong Point 1? (Jurong point 1 is the older building located right outside Boon Lay MRT station)When I read about the Osaka Food Paradise, I decided to visit one of the restaurants - YAKIYAKIBO Teppanyaki Restaurant Read a detailed review with more photos at: http://chiamhuiy.blogspot.com/2013/01/yakiyakibo-review.htmlThe store size of this restaurant is really small... Whatever you see in this photo is really what they have. Probably a few more teppanyaki seats deeper into the restaurant. And due to it's small size, the queue was terribly long, and luckily we both were here before the dinner crowd! The queue started streaming outside by 7pm. I kind of gauged that the average waiting time after that time is around 15-20mins. Salmon Fried Rice$4.50When this was served, it was the fragrance of the smell that caught my first attention. Then that was when I saw the fried rice lavished with cooked salmon. Its portion is just ideal for one-pax portion. In fact, I took a few mouthfuls from his fried rice and it was still enough for him. It was a pleasant surprise caused by this humble looking bowl of salmon fried rice. I didn't expect a $4.50 bowl of rice could give me bountiful salmon. A perfect dish to pair along with other side dishes.Salmon $11.90Perhaps you would think that two pieces of salmon that comes with no rice are fetching too high a price. That's not the truth. The tender salmon submerged in the broth brings pleasure to your taste buds. Good for pairing with rice, as it'll be a little salty to be consumed alone.Every main dish comes with a plate of complimentary friend bean sprout. This came with the salmon.This complimentary plate of bean sprout faired way beyond my expectation. Personally, I kind of like soft and cooked bean sprout, compared to those raw and slightly tougher ones. This YakiyakiBo has certainly prepared this well enough, with the presence of pepper. Gyoza$6.90It was effortless to sink my teeth into the soft skin of the gyoza. The thickness of the skin was ideal as it was not too thick. Beneath the gyoza skin, you'll be able to see sufficient minced meat with diced spring onion in it. Unfortunately, no gyoza sauce with garlic was served. When we first requested for the sauce, the waitress gave me the soy sauce. Then I asked for the real gyoza sauce where usual garlic slices are expected. Ended up, they gave me a bottle of marinated garlic. Everything was self-serviced. Salmon Okonomiyaki $11.90After seeing this, you might be thinking am I having a salmon feast or something. Haha I am not! We just love salmon too much. This has to be consumed fast especially when it is hot .The pleasure of consuming this will diminish as the heat escapes into the air. The pancake, topped with liberal amount of salty fish flakes, was an appetizing dish at the start. Every bite should be eaten with some fish flakes on top of it in order to maximize the taste of the pancake. If not, the pancake will gradually taste pale or mushy the more you eat it. At least that was what happened to me. I didn't finish this, oops. But it tasted great! Good for sharing ;)Teppan Banana Ice Cream$5.90This dessert is definitely a one-of-a-kind dessert you'll be served. Fried bananas may be very common to most of us, but such commonality is overthrown by the fact that the hot fried banana is paired with ice cream! Consume them together gives me a "mmmm" feel. I like the texture and the combination of hot and cold items together. Interesting dish indeed. Overall, I think this is a great place to have some japanese cuisine besides the commercialized sushi served in for example, Ichiban. However, a thing to note is that Yakiyakibo might be a little bustling and thus you might not be able to enjoy quiet ambience here. In fact, the influx of patrons wouldn't give you the peace to stay here for long either. Hope you liked my review! Hui Yan- continue reading
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Level4 2012-09-12
I went to yakiyakibo for dinner and ordered for the seafood yaki soba. This is my favourite food item in the restaurant. It is Japanese style fried noodles. The yellow noodles are very springy and no stinky "yellow noodles smell". There is a sweet sauce used for the dish which sticks to the noodles. Its not too sweet and is a perfect complement. The seafood used is very fresh. Overall, it is very delicious and filling. I have had it several times and have been recommending it to people. Costs only $11.90. continue reading
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