Teppanyaki (Hibachi Grilled) Lunch
The art of Teppan represents the modern version of a Japanese cooking technique from Osaka that dates back two hundred years. Teppan-Yaki liteerally means ‘cooking on an iron plate”. This style of cookery is relatively new in the long history of Japanese cuisine. Initially limited by religous dietary restrictions, meat was not introduced to the Teppan menu until the early 1920’s.
Served with fried rice, vegetables and a choice of miso soup or house salad
Served with fried rice, soup and salad