About Us

At Teppan Grill & Bar , it’s all about what we each bring to the table. You’ve brought your family, friends, appetites and enthusiasm to the table, and it’s our mission to turn every meal into an experience.

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ushi chefs artfully prepare a wide variety of signature sushi, hand rolls and nigiri, using only hand-selected, quality ingredients. We source the freshest seafood, hand-cut crisp vegetables and make our signature Teppan Grill & Bar sushi rice every day to create a delicious lineup for sushi lovers and novices alike. If you’re looking for something to quench your thirst, we feature a selection of cocktails from mojitos, sangria and martinis to wine, beer and of course, sake. Thanks for visiting and sharing a table with us.
ARIGATO.

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eppanyaki chef prepares your meal right before your eyes, using only hand-selected, quality ingredients. All of our beef is USDA Choice, aged to perfection. Our sauces and salad dressings are made from scratch, and our crisp vegetables are hand-cut every day.
And while food is our passion, we also love to entertain. The fried rice “heart” truly represents our love of what we do. Thanks for visiting and sharing the teppanyaki table with us.
ARIGATO.

One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined.

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Welcome to the official blog of Teppan Grill & Bar. Our Blog is your one-stop shop for recipes, photos, health tips and the latest news from the world.

Japanese New Year

The Japanese New Year is called shogatsu or oshogatsu (お正月) and it is the most important holiday in Japan.  Since 1873, the official Japanese New Year has been celebrated on January 1st, instead of the New Year based on Lunar Calendar (Chinese New Year). Today I want to talk about how the Japanese people end the year and welcome the New Year. December – Shiwasu December is also called Shiwasu (師走) in Japanese, and the kanji (word) literally means “masters/teachers run”.  It basically implies that December is so busy that even self-composed masters/teachers are on the run. At the end of

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