Teppanyaki is a Japanese-style cuisine that uses an iron griddle to cook food. Teppan
means iron plate and yaki means grilled, broiled or pan-fried.
Known for its top-notch quality of beef, Nagasaki Tei serves hand-picked premium cuts of beef, known as Miyazaki Beef Grade A5. Other dishes include variety of seafood, chicken and pork dishes, which can all be self-grilled or eaten shabu shabu style.
With branches in Los Angeles, Tokyo and now Yangon, this Japanese restaurant specializes in high-end barbecue dining. Suitable for all types of events and gatherings from corporate to birthday parties, enjoy Japanese sauce flavored barbecued meat served with your choice of salad and soup in a warm-lit atmosphere. The supervising chef is a 20-year veteran of the Tokyo branch and the order closed at 10pm.
Tekkan is a Japanese teppanyaki (method of cooking on an iron grill), shabu shabu (method of cooking in boiling water), and sukiyaki (stew prepared and served hotpot style) restaurant. Its main features are premium Bungo beef, sake, and shochu from Oita prefecture. Bungo beef is tender and flavorful, similar to wagyu beef.
Kobe refers to cuts of beef, which is one of this restaurant’s specialities. Their beef is imported from Japan’s Hyogo Prefecture. These Thinly-sliced meats, served cold, are often considered a delicacy.