Restoran Yaki Teppan @ Sungai Nibong
Just went to [tag]Yaki Teppan[/tag] in Sungai Nibong for a teppanyaki dinner. Usually most people working in FTZ area would come here for lunch, so business is always brisk. They have an extensive menu for teppanyaki and sushi and some side dishes which are all reasonably priced.
A usual lunch or dinner set here includes a main course, drink, salad, miso soup and jelly as dessert. The salad is stripped cabbage topped with spicy thousand, and served on a shell shaped plate.
The boss recommended us the today’s special which was a mix of chicken, fish and prawn [tag]teppanyaki[/tag] @ RM19.90. The portion is not too big, but still enough for two people if you have an average appetite. It was good and I loved the prawn, very fresh. The prawn’s sweetness also made the teriyaki sauce even tastier.
We also ordered Cawanmushi, the Japanese steam egg @ RM3.90 to compliment our shared meal. Very tasty with quite a lot of mushroom and chicken meat at the cup’s bottom, recommended. I wanted to order some sushi but they are quite expensive if compared to Sakae Sushi. Hmm.. maybe next time.
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