- From Japanese, 鉄板焼き. (Wiktionary)
“From a single, four-table restaurant, the chain grew and grew and the word "teppanyaki" embedded itself firmly in the Western lexicon.”
“Benihana restaurants feature the Japanese cooking method known as "teppanyaki" - ...”
“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.”
“The teppanyaki is a delight, and the extensive sushi menu is worth slipping into that little black dress for.”
“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.”
“Zensho is not used for the restaurants; the teppanyaki eatery going by that name in metro Manila isn't affiliated.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
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