09 Feb '18, 3am

Teppan by Chef Yonemura: Dining with fire

Teppan by Chef Yonemura: Dining with fire

I don’t know about you, but if I were given a choice, I would always choose to dine at the counter. Not only do I get to eat, but I also get to be mesmerized when ingredients get magically transformed into tasty tidbits in hands of the chef. It’s alimentary alchemy that gets even better when the pyrotechnics get thrown in. The concept at Teppan is similar to Waku Ghin . They offer cosy counter seating in three rooms that houses 6,7 and 8 seats. The centerpiece of each room is a teppanyaki hotplate from which the the chef orchestrates his gastronomic symphony. The concept isn’t classic teppanyaki as its name suggests, but a fusion of French and Japanese cuisine. Michelin star Chef Yonemura who owns two restaurants in Japan specializes in French cuisine with his own unique Japanese twist. So his version of seafood bouillabaisse is distinctly more petite and perhaps a little ...

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