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Teppan joins the league of Japanese restaurants in the Bangalore city, each vying for the attention of a Japanese food lover. The menu is a fairly good one, with all of the classics in terms of Sushi, Sashimi, Udon and Soba Noodles and a range of grills as well. If sushi is what you are looking to start with, then the Mojacko Maki, with salmon tuna, cream cheese and some Togarashi is a good platter to start with. With 7-8 pieces of a roll in a platter, these are good to share. For something with a little flair, the Dragon Maki Roll, which has prawn as the base, is a good choice. You can choose to have Tuna, Sea bass or Salmon added to your roll. Innovative sushis are the Surf and Turf rolls, which are quite delicious. The Teppanyaki is a lovely experience with flying eggs, jugglery and even your name being written on the grill in egg. The Chicken and Egg Fried Rice is a lovely dish to have off the grill, the toasted garlic on top being the highlight. The Yaki Soba Noodles are also a good choice. Desserts are limited, but you have enough to end on a sweet note. One of the best times to visit, especially if you love sushi is during their sushi festivals helmed by their chefs from the parent restaurant in Chennai A kid-friendly place that will make it a point to entertain children so that parents can have a leisurely meal Since they have only limited seats at the Teppanyaki counter, do make sure to call earlier and make a reservation
went with friends..really good sushi...the live cooking was good..amazing experience...the chef was very interactive...truly an experience...the food was also worth it...ask the chef to play basketball with the egg...kids would love it..
This is a nice place in a busy part of the city. While I went for the sushi, I also tried the sashimi, which is even better. But again, I understand why some of my friends won't have this dish. The bonus was the dessert. They have an option of five or six sweet dishes. Tried at least four. Loved every one! By the end of this meal, I was stuffed to the gills.
Being aficionados of the Japanese cuisine, we have been visiting various restaurants in Bangalore. Teppan served very good Sashimi and Japanese wheat noodles (cooked on the table) but there were many loopholes in their service. First of all, not having prawns, cuttlefish, and other important ingredients on a weekend seems rather careless. The portion sizes are noticeably small. Finally, the free dessert which was part of the Eazydiner deal was very badly handled. We were handed a tiny piece of cake picked from the buffet and when I insisted on showing them the "one free dessert per person" deal, they asked me to go choose whatever I liked from the buffet. It really did put me off because I have had really good service in Eazydiner promotions so far with restaurants taking them as an opportunity to show their prowess.
Ambience matches Japanese style .Small cozy restaurant located on 2nd floor .You might have to wait for seats during rush hours .We started off with fish soup and not sure the way its cooked was not as per Japanese/Teppanyaki style, seems the soup was not freshly prepared . We couldn't continue to order main dishes from the menu as we were off mood .
At Teppan check out the Teppanyaki experience. The restaurant has a small cosy Teppanyaki dining space which has a magical way of drawing you towards it. Managed by a smart,interesting drama artists called John a Filipino. Apparently he has been in Blr for 8 years and loves the city. We had ordered a Meat(beef) teishoku (set menu) and a sea food teishoku along with a sea food sushi platter. John starts with an "egg" drams where he spins the egg and cuts it as its spinning. The second he tosses it and catches it with his chef cap, the third he tosses and catches it with the steel spatula without breaking it. after a few tosses on the final toss he flips the spatula to find the egg landing on the edge and slicing through without splattering. The show continues with various rounds of vegetables & meat served in very elegant cutlery.John is a very interesting person with a good sense of humour. Does a few card tricks that leaves you wide eyed in disbelief. The food, drama & entertainment makes it an authentically memorable experience. The sushi platter was divinely exquisite! Bariuma!! and the dessert heavenly. Dont miss Teppan for authentic Washoku (Japanese Food)