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Teppanyaki Restaurants

Teppanyaki sets with a choice of sashimi or tempura, wagyu beef sirloin and more
Located on the fourth floor of the Pan Pacific hotel, surrounded by a beautifully sculpted Japanese garden and koi pond, this stalwart in the Japanese dining scene has been around for years and has cultivated a strong, loyal following. The crowd of Japanese expats and local diners return time and...
Juicy and savory beef teppanyaki
Sister restaurant to family-friendly hotpot spot Torikin at Bukit Timah, this Robertson Walk eatery specializes in teppanyaki. Their 20-seat teppanyaki counter takes center stage: It fills the cozy space (outfitted with modern dark wood furnishings...
The omelet with pork belly is enhanced by a signature okonomiyaki sauce
Tucked away in a cozy corner of Japan Food Town in Wisma Atria is the intimate 30-seater Osaka Kitchen Singapore, a local outpost of the well-known teppanyaki chain in Japan. Using fresh ingredients sourced directly from Japan such as the finest wagyu beef, Osaka...
Hokkaido uni decorated with a sweet potato leaf
This Japanese restaurant offers a stellar view of Keppel Bay. The place is outfitted with lots of wood and carved stone (care of Chanto Design). Order from an extensive menu with plenty of a la carte options and kaiseki courses. Dig into sashimi — including ...
Nadaman’s sushi kaiseki
Open since the 1980s, this elegant restaurant serves up exquisite kaiseki sets ($165) and lunch set menus (from $40), and received a listing in the inaugural edition of the Singapore Michelin guide. Guests may also enjoy signature dishes such as salmon with butter and soy ($29), tuna and avocado ($...
Each kushiyaki item at Satsuki comes with a well-matched wooden skewer
Duxton Hill is no stranger to Japanese restaurants, but among them is the special fine dining delight of Satsuki. The beautiful space is devoted to an inventive mix of teppanyaki and kaiseki, exemplified in the crafstmanship of French-trained chef Motomatsu Takashi. The cooking methods and even the...
The perfectly marbled Tochigi wagyu needs little more than salt before grilling
Opened in 1980, Shima restaurant was the very first teppanyaki restaurant in Singapore, and has been delighting local diners with its unique brand of teppan flair and Japanese fare of superior quality and freshness. Succulent beef, tender chicken, exotic seafood like live lobsters and airflow giant...
The seasonal sanma fish is available for a few weeks around October
Quietly nestled within SuperBowl Jurong, away from the hustle and bustle of the city, Hakata Nihon Ryori is a cozy and welcoming restaurant and izakaya that dishes up traditional Japanese fare. With decorative elements such as vintage posters, noren, and a torii that demarcates a separate area...
The sweet salty sauce of the Nagoya chicken makes it delightfully addictive
Located on the fringe of Little India, Seiwaa Okonomiyaki & Teppanyaki Restaurant occupies an entire shop house unit with a spacious ground floor main dining area and a generous second floor that spills out onto an alfresco terrace. The tables on the ground floor are equipped with teppan grills...