Superior quality wagyu is a priority at Teppanyaki Grow. You will only be served the highest grade A5 beef here and you can guarantee it will be cooked to perfection. Every dish is prepared on the teppanyaki iron hot plate and the best seat in the house is at the bar in front of the action.
To appreciate the full wagyu experience you can choose from five set course menus. A typical set menu in Japan will begin with seafood sashimi, however Teppanyaki Grow would like your very first and last impression to be that of wagyu, so they begin the meal with wagyu sushi. You will be introduced to different cuts of the wagyu beef, the sirloin being the most prized, however the rump perhaps the most tasty. Because of the rich fat marbling, wagyu lends itself to a very slow cooking time at a low temperature which results in a buttery roast beef-like steak. Make sure you order this item in advance as it takes two hours to prepare.
To ensure the flavour of each wagyu steak is preserved, Teppanyaki Grow has developed an innovative way of serving the accompanying shoyu (soy sauce). Instead of a liquid form, which can result in customers over-dousing their steak, the shoyu has been solidified into a foam-like jelly that slowly melts once taken out of the fridge, ensuring the condiment is added in a much more controlled manner.