Time Out says
“Welcome to 300!” is the greeting you will receive when you walk into this casual teppanyaki restaurant. They get their name from cooking all their dishes on the 300 degree grill and the occasional bursts of fire. The interior is pretty modest but modern, and carries a similar feeling comparable to a neighborhood mom and pop joint. Their fried rice and noodle menus are popular and the Tepan-Pan Steak dishes (served on sizzling pans) are usually shared as the main. While Studio 300 is not exactly a place you take someone you want to impress to, but it is a decent place for a light meal. Their home made ricotta cheese salad was fresh but the cheese had no depth in taste and was very unoriginal (admittedly it was only 8,000 won). The Tepan Beef Sirloin Pan Steak had a nicely cooked steak and enough sautéed veggies to compliment it. Unfortunately, there was a bit too much sauce on the meat mixed with all the vegetable juice leaving almost no room to taste the raw ingredients and enjoy meat for what it is. The wasabi soy sauce of a sort was also a bit too salty. A fried rice/noodle dish would be a better choice to be paired with the tepan steak dish.
|Price:||Tepan beef sirloin pan steak 19,800 won, salad with homemade ricotta cheese 8,000 won|