Definitions

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  • n. A Japanese style of cooking in which thin slices of meat, or fish, seafood, vegetables and noodles are quickly fried on a hotplate

Etymologies

From Japanese, 鉄板焼き. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • From a single, four-table restaurant, the chain grew and grew and the word "teppanyaki" embedded itself firmly in the Western lexicon.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Benihana restaurants feature the Japanese cooking method known as "teppanyaki" - ...

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  • It’s really more of a teppan (as in teppanyaki) than a hibachi — the sort of flat metal grill where the chef cooks meats, vegetables, rice and sea food for a circle of patrons and does a few antics with his knives and ingredients.

    A meta-mystery : Bev Vincent

  • The teppanyaki is a delight, and the extensive sushi menu is worth slipping into that little black dress for.

    East Valley Tribune - Today's Top Stories

  • My friends and I notice special corners for sushi and teppanyaki as well as beautifully appointed black lacquered tables for kaiseki and shabu shabu service.

    Sara Waxman: Eating Beauty: An Adventure in Japanese Cuisine

  • Zensho is not used for the restaurants; the teppanyaki eatery going by that name in metro Manila isn't affiliated.

    Extremely Fast Food

  • Jiro Mochizuki, Agence Shot for The Wall Street Journal Aida's teppanyaki of diced beef filet served with two sauces, slivers of roast garlic and a shaved salad.

    Exploring Sushi on the Seine

  • He has elaborated a teppanyaki variation on the theme of kaiseki ryoori — the ultimate in refined Japanese cuisine — that can only be enjoyed in France.

    Exploring Sushi on the Seine

  • This vacation home is nestled in mountains two hours outside Tokyo and features a teppanyaki room for 12 as well as an onsen that opens to the outdoors.

    Japan Ski House

  • Sotheby's International Realty This vacation home is nestled in mountains two hours outside Tokyo and features a teppanyaki room for 12 as well as an onsen that opens to the outdoors.

    Japan Ski House

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