I love Japanese food. You probably already know this if you’re a regular reader of my blog.
But, what you probably aren’t aware of is that apart from sushi, sashimi and shrimp tempura, Teppanyaki dishes are the ones I really look forward to having whenever I visit a Japanese restaurant.
For the benefit of those who don’t know what Teppanyaki is… Wikipedia’s definition is as follows:
“Teppanyaki is a style of Japanese cuisine that uses an iron griddle to cook food. The word teppanyaki is derived from teppan (鉄板), which means iron plate, and yaki (焼き), which means grilled, broiled, or pan-fried. In Japan, teppanyaki refers to dishes cooked using an iron plate, including steak, shrimp, okonomiyaki, yakisoba, and monjayaki.”
If you enjoy teppanyaki food as much as I do… or if you are simply curious to know what makes teppanyaki different from other dishes, well then, you’re in luck! There’s no better time to satiate your curious palate than now.
Osaka Ohsho is currently having a really awesome Teppanyaki Festival which is sure to delight all their customers.
The Teppanyaki Festival at Osaka Ohsho is only being offered for a limited time, though. So, it would be wise to head over to their restaurant before the festival ends.
So, what kinds of gastronomical surprises await those who visit the Teppanyaki Festival at Osaka Ohsho, you may ask? Lots!
Check out some of the incredible teppanyaki offerings that you can enjoy below…
Delicious treats await at the Teppanyaki Festival at Osaka Ohsho
Salmon Bacon Teppanyaki (Php 370.00)
Norwegian Pink Salmon wrapped in honey-cured belly bacon strips. Yes… you read that right. Belly bacon. Need I say more?
Mixed Mushroom and Bacon Teppanyaki (Php 310.00)
Yes. Bacon. Again. But, this time with mushrooms. Hey… if a pizza can have bacon and mushroom together, why not on a teppanyaki dish, right? This offering boasts of 3 different kinds of mushrooms – Shiitake, Shimeji Brown and Eringi Japanese mushrooms plus asparagus spears wrapped in honey cured belly bacon strips served with Urinchi sauce. OMG. A must-try when you come to the Teppanyaki Festival at Osaka Ohsho.
Bacon Cut Pork Belly Asparagus Teppanyaki (Php250.00)
Hey! Since we’re on a roll… why not throw in another dish that has more of that glorious bacon! How can you say no to a beauty like this? Asparagus spears wrapped in thinly sliced pork belly and drizzled in teriyaki sauce. Win!
Sake Beef Teppanyaki (Php330.00)
Beef teppanyaki really makes my day, anytime I have some. It has to be noted, though, that during my visit, Osaka Ohsho used a different cut of beef instead of the usual sukiyaki slices. But, the kinds of seasoning used for preparing it are the same – Japanese sake, garlic and butter. Yum! Don’t miss this dish during the Teppanyaki Festival at Osaka Ohsho.
Ika Sugataki (Php250.00)
Delicious squid cut into ring shapes in delightfully spicy Japanese sauce and served with flavorful stir-fried veggies. Wow.
Prawn Teppanyaki (Php495.00)
How can anyone not love shrimp… especially when it’s prepared teppanyaki style? Premium Black Tiger Prawns cooked perfectly and prepared in butter, garlic and wasabi mayo. It’s just unbelievably good.Truly something you wouldn’t want to miss during the Teppanyaki Festival at Osaka Ohsho.
Mixed Shellfish Teppanyaki (Php325.00)
A seafood lover’s must-order. Just imagine… scallops, mussels and clams – all fresh, cooked and seasoned just right in flavorful garlic and Japanese sake.
Sakana Matsuri (Fish Festival) Teppanyaki (Php420.00)
Norwegian Pink Salmon, Pacific Blue Marlin and Yellowfin Tuna, all deliciously prepared with garlic and butter. Add some colorful asparagus, potatoes and carrots and you’ve got one amazing dish that only the Teppanyaki Festival at Osaka Ohsho can offer.
There is so much to experience during the Teppanyaki Festival at Osaka Ohsho which I am sure you will enjoy with family and friends. And since this is a limited time offer only, no doubt, time is of the essence.
I assure you, you won’t be disappointed with the dishes showcased at the Teppanyaki Festival at Osaka Ohsho.
And while you’re at it… why not ask for some of their very popular gyoza which people have come to adore for quite sometime now. Happy dining, folks!
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