Teppan combines theatrics with French-Japanese cuisine to create an incredible dining experience you won't soon forget. Conceived by chef Masayasu Yonemura who runs one-Michelin-starred Restaurant Yonemura in Kyoto, Teppan is the chef's first venture outside of Japan and is also the first time he's placing a focus on the intricacies of teppanyaki dining.
There are two multi-course kaiseki menus available: a five-course priced at $168 and an eight-course priced at $198 per person. Each gets you an intimate showing in front of the grill where a skilled teppanyaki chef dazzles you with tricks while preparing dishes such as steamed crab meat with rice and the restaurant's signature Japanese wagyu beef fillet served with turnip, zuchinni, onions and fried garlic. Dessert is a feast for all the senses as the chef whips up the classic French dessert, Crêpes Suzette in Grand Marnier that is set on fire before your eyes.