Teppanyaki Wagyu Beef Set
This was on promotional price of $13.90++ ( usual price: $17.90++), consisting of a salad, egg tofu, beef, miso soup, rice and fruit. I would have picked the sirloin beef cubes teppan if not for the promotion. Well, next time then.. =p
This was nice and smooth, although a bit blend for some people. For me, I think it was still alright, and I liked the golden brown "skin"...
Wagyu Beef Teppanyaki
Finally, the main course! Beside the beef slices, there was also a lot of bean sprouts and bread. I suppose the bread was there to absorb the excessive oil, but again you can eat it lah. Keke
The beef slices was good with the sweet teppanyaki sauce. Bean sprouts was crispy. Both were great to go along with rice.
Teppanyaki Chicken/Seafood Set
I have forgotten the price for this, but should be around $20+/-. Again, there was salad, egg tofu, chawanmushi, miso soup, rice and fruit beside seafood & chicken.
Prawn, Scallop and Chicken Teppan
This set was great! There was seafood, meat and vegetable ( bean sprouts mah..).. a "well-balanced meal" indeed! Keke
The salmon was ok. The prawns and scallop was bigggggggggg... I was expecting something smaller. On the other hand, there was only 2 of each, so kind of not enough since we were sharing food. But then, to be fair, the set was meant for 1 pax so the serving was reasonable bah.
The chicken was really tender, and not greasy or tough. Each piece was neatly cubed in a mouth size and you can pop the chicken cube in the mouth easily
The chawanmushi was quite similiar to those served at Sakae Sushi Teppan. It was nicely grilled in an "onion bowl", so that the egg will have the nice fragrance of onion. It was perfect for me, since I dun eat onion but I like its fragrance.
Overall, it was a satisfying meal with lotza "surprises" ( referring to the portion, quality etc) here and there. Therefore, if you are looking for middle ranged teppanyaki place, this should make a nice choice.
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