Thursday, 12 July 2007

Yokohama Teppanyaki

Nothing outrageous like Sundays at Harajuku where wild fashions are on display. The teppanyaki here is average and inoffensive, much like Coldplay’s music. There are no food acrobatics or games here, the controlled chef plates up and places it into your hands as opposed to throwing seafood at your head at 100 km/hr. After a deep fried, crispy battered chicken, everything tasted like pepper. The tiger prawn and scallops sautéed in butter and pepper and the beef, tender and cooked as requested was heavily seasoned with the same. Not that it was bad. The green tea ice-cream strangely had peppery notes but a quick palate cleanse changed that. At the price of a t-shirt from Japan’s funky fashion hub, it’s not great value. But I’m sure you’ll enjoy the front row seat of someone cooking your meal.

2 / 5 yums!


Where? Shop 3, Century City Walk, 289 Springvale Rd, Glen Waverley

What? Set C - $48.50

Left to Right : Salad, Tatsuta Age, Misoshiru (not pictured), Vegetables (not pictured), Scallops & Tiger Prawn, (choice of) Eye Fillet, Chicken Fillet with teriyaki sauce, Yaki Meshi (fried rice not pictured) Green Tea Ice-Cream.

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