Teppan Yaki

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Teppan Yaki

Postby karlaBOO » Fri Sep 30, 2005 11:41 am

Jason and I took the children a couple of weekends ago. It's on Bearden Hill, next door to where The Palms Grill was.

The food was A-Ma-Zing. They do this stone grill thing. You get a huge , oval plate, and a large third of it is a HOT piece of stone. Your meat is cooking on this. Basically, you sear it on your plate, and then cut bits off to cook individually. The left section of your plate is mixed veggies, the right is empty for your cooked bits. They also have slices of sweet potato cooking on the stone.

Jason got a filet, which he said was the best he's had in town. He said it was so tender it was like butter. :lol: I got the mixed grill, which was a skewer of pork chunks, a skewer of steak chunks, and two skewers of chicken breast. They bring you a teriyaki type of sauce for dipping, or cooking with, and that weird pinky/white sauce for dipping.

The kid's plates are HUGE. Boo got teriyaki chicken. It came out on an enormous, square plate. It was done Hibachi style in their kitchen, and came out with fried rice, zuchini and onions, and glazed carrots. Their Kids portions were around $4.00.

Pricing was similar to going to a Japanese Hibachi place, maybe a little less. Mine was 12.99, I think, Jason's was around 18.00.

I highly recommend this place. The food was really, really good.
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