teppan-yaki


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teppan-yaki

(ˌtɛpænˈjækɪ)
n
(Cookery) a Japanese dish of meat and vegetables stir-fried on, and eaten from, a hot steel plate that forms the centre of a table
[C21: Japanese, from teppan a steel plate + yaki to fry]
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And 11 dining options include a French brasserie, a Japanese teppan-yaki, a steak house and the brand's first Indian restaurant.
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There is a focus on F&B, with restaurants including Chura-Nuhji, an Italian fine-dining restaurant, Kise, a Teppan-yaki restaurant featuring local seafood and renowned Okinawan beef, and Gusuku, an all-day waterside dining experience that serves Japanese, Okinawan and international dishes on its outdoor deck.
tted with Alno glass front units in white with a vast selection of equipment from steam ovens, warming drawers and a coffee centre to induction hobs, work burner, barbeque and teppan-yaki.
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Then the chef prepared the main course in front of us, which consisted of salmon, chicken teriyaki, sliced beef with mushrooms, teppan-yaki vegetables and egg fried rice.
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The wide-ranging menu includes Japanese teppan-yaki cuisine, sushi, a chocolate fountain, deserts such as cheesecake and tiramisu, as well as the usual Chinese favourites.
This book covers the five different categories of Japanese dishes: Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki, Tempura, Teppan-Yaki, and Teriyaki.