Cuisine: Japanese

Teppanyaki is cooking theatre, with the chef expertly slicing, dicing, seasoning, searing and serving everything right before your eyes. The occasional ingredient may even be tossed in your direction, so bring your sense of humour to the seats around the teppanyaki or otherwise opt for one of the tables. It’s smallish and cosy with a convivial vibe. If you’re not sure, the best option may be one of the set menus $33–$37 where you can enjoy the full show and sample the most popular dishes, such as grilled steak and prawns (including the shells and heads) — deliciously crispy. A great thing about having the chef right there is you can change everything to your taste. Not a fan of the egg-toss trick? Don’t sit in the line of fire.

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