Any comments about Teppenyaki??

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by hellokitty, Mar 5, 2004.

  1. hellokitty

    hellokitty dis veteran/disney addict

    Aug 10, 2000
    My husband and i love when you can watch them cook/grill
    your food right in front of you, like bennihana's ,
    is this that type of place?

    If so, how is the food?

    I can make PS in a month and want to try new and different places.
  2. Epcotgal8

    Epcotgal8 DIS Veteran

    Jan 2, 2003
    I think you'll like Teppanyaki. I'm not a huge fan of that type of restaurant that we have here at home but I thoroughly enjoyed our lunch at Teppanyaki. My tenderloin was done to perfection! MY dh loved his combo, and the kids were enthralled with the "chef". The other people at our table were very nice and we made conversation. A very enjoyable experience IMO.
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  4. disneyluvers

    disneyluvers <font color=green>Woohoo!!! The Tag Fairy will gi

    Jun 7, 2003
    We went for an early dinner in Sept.03. While our chef wasn't much for joking like some of the others I saw, he was very talented with his knives. The tables/cooking areas were set up 4 per "room" with each room separated by sliding bamboo screens. Our side was open when we were there. The food was fantastic. I kid you not, I had scallops the size of large marshmallows. Everything we had was cooked to perfection. My youngest son (the pickiest eater of all) ate some of my husband's squid! I would highly recommend you try eating there. We are definitely making a PS for our trip in August.
  5. tiggergirl31

    tiggergirl31 Mouseketeer

    Jan 24, 2004
    I went in Oct. of last year with my parents and sister. . . thought the food was really great. I believe I had steak and shrimp combo. My only compliant was that my dad told the chef "no" when he went to put the bean sprouts on his plate so the chef piled a double serving on my plate. I don't mind a few but it was way more than I could have possible wanted. Just make sure to tell who ever you go with not to refuse the chef :)
  6. danny1649

    danny1649 <font color=green>Will be wearing some lime green< Moderator

    Aug 18, 1999
    Favorites we enjoy the food and entertainment the chef provide's.We also enjoy the opportuinty to meet the folks at grill with us.Have had some great conversations with folks we have met.::yes:: :wave2:
  7. cruisnfamily

    cruisnfamily DIS Veteran

    Mar 6, 2002
    I have to say that our family's experience is the exact opposite. We LOVE our local Japanese restaurant and were really looking forward to Teppanyaki because of it. Unfortunately, we were disappointed. Our local place is much better. We vowed never again for this place. It was expensive, not very tasty(not bad, just boring), and just an all around disappointment!
  8. GailT

    GailT <font color=blue>I'm ba-ack!!!!<br><font color=mag

    Apr 28, 2001
    I am going to have to agree with cruisinfamily. I thought it was boring food. I was happy, from reading the board here I did a lunch instead of dinner, prices are high at dinner time and I don't think it is worth it. The one nice thing wa sthe people witted at the table with us wa sa mom, her daughter and her friends. It was the daughters BD we sang happy BD and had a small party with them. This women worked in my town when she lived in Mass, so we had alot to talk about :D
  9. Pig Pen

    Pig Pen To all who have come to this happy place...welcome

    Nov 4, 2001
    Another one who was disappointed. It was okay, but nothing special or different from a similar restaurant here in town. Just more expensive!
  10. sotoalf

    sotoalf DIS Veteran

    Dec 28, 2003
    A tip: the Matsu Ma Lounge (is the spelling r ight?) offers a lot of the same tempura items a lot cheaper than Teppanyaki or Yakitori House. It's also the best lounge in World Showcase. We love to sit down with sake martinis looking out the windows; we're usually there a couple of hours :)

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