Wikipedia states this about Teppanyaki.
Teppanyaki (鉄板焼き teppan-yaki?) is a style of Japanese cuisine that uses an iron griddle to cook food. The word teppanyaki is derived from teppan (鉄板), which means iron plate, and yaki (焼き), which means grilled, broiled, or pan-fried. In Japan, teppanyaki refers to dishes cooked using an iron plate, including steak, shrimp, okonomiyaki, yakisoba, and monjayaki.
Here at UoVo, we take pride of being able to serve Teppanyaki at our place. Wait a minute, aren’t we supposed to be an Italian restaurant? Actually, we love all manner of good food and we have a specialty, which is Teppanyaki or Teppan Grill.
To some, teppanyaki might mean seeing a chef cooking pieces of meat in front of you but alas, as many pop up chains has sprouted around Malaysia, we are mostly inundated with teppanyaki places with foreign workers cooking for you.
In Japan, teppanyaki isn’t the same. The focus of having fresh ingredients and high quality cuts makes all the difference in taste and how you enjoy your meal. Check out some of the top teppanyaki places in Japan here.
Just as we are influenced by the Japanese, UoVo aims to also deliver the same quality of food cooked and served, minus the chef cooking in front of you. I welcome you to try our wagyu teppan course menu but do come early as this is a hot item and normally sells out pretty fast.