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Sho Teppan (Raffles City)

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Sho-Teppan offers a fun teppanyaki experience with a diverse menu that includes wagyu beef, Kurobuta pork loin and more. This no frills culinary affair allows customers to enjoy the thrill of cooking the meal themselves just the way they like it.

Daily: 11:30 - 21:30

+65 63368268
$17 based on 12 submissions
Dinner (5 votes), Lunch (4 votes), After Work (3 votes)
jayner tan

Shabu Shabu Salmon

Made my first visit to Sho Teppan at Raffles City basement after combing around the mall for a nice place for dinner.

Since I love soup, I ordered Shabu Shabu Salmon and J had chicken one! There are basically 2 types of soup base - salty and sweet and we both ordered salty. Each set comes with salad and rice.

I personally enjoyed the meal very much, probably because I was hungry? The salmon was very fresh and I loveeeeeeee the dipping sauce, really makes the fish tastes nicer :D

Worth trying! :)

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14 Jul 2014 • 71 reviews • 2 followers

Food Trail

The third stop on the trail is the Sho Teppan, which is one of the restaurants under the Creative Eateries chain. The casual restaurant offers individual serving of dish where one can enjoy DIY cooking.

Chicken Yaki Udon ($10.90++)
Everything is served in a metal pot for one to do DIY cooking. I like the chicken which tastes smooth and flavourful down the throat. But the udon which soaks up too much of the sauce is a bit too salty for me.

Beef Tenderloin Teppanyaki ($17.90++)
Cool the cooked meat by dipping into the raw egg, which adds a smooth texture into the meat.

Seafood Shabu Shabu ($17.90++)
The seafood tastes fresh, but cannot say the same for the vegetables especially for the cabbage which has a number of black dots on.

Unagi
The eel is very soft and flavourful.

We wash down the meal with Homemade Iced Green Tea.
Overall it is quite an interesting meal for all of us and everyone has great fun in cooking the dishes.
28 Sep 2012 • 1 review • 1 follower

No ice water

Went in to have dinner with my 2 kids. Order 2 sukiyaki,1 shabu shabu. Son and daughter had peach juice and i had green tea. Later my son requested for a glass of ice water cos drinks was sweet. The mgr say we must order a evian cos they dnt serve ice water. I was very disappointed because we actually had ordered 3 paid drinks and why do we have to pay again for another evian which they can easily offered ice water, they only care abt $$. Not service. I have noticed ONLY a japanese own restaurant in Singapore and all japan do not charge 1)wet Tissue, 2) ice water, 3) Green tea because they believe is a little service they can provide to their customers. Later i understand that this restaurant is own by Chinese. Thats is why....they just wanted to make more money than give better service...

12 Feb 2012 • 14 reviews • 0 follower

Shabu Shabu Salmon

Made my first visit to Sho Teppan at Raffles City basement after combing around the mall for a nice place for dinner.

Since I love soup, I ordered Shabu Shabu Salmon and J had chicken one! There are basically 2 types of soup base - salty and sweet and we both ordered salty. Each set comes with salad and rice.

I personally enjoyed the meal very much, probably because I was hungry? The salmon was very fresh and I loveeeeeeee the dipping sauce, really makes the fish tastes nicer :D

Worth trying! :)

06 Feb 2012 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

"Sho" Sad.

The Sho Teppan located in the basement of Raffles City Shopping Centre was indeed "sho" disappointing.

Named "Teppan (iron pan)" without "yaki (grilling)", one will thus not find the typical smokey teppanyaki restaurant with big-tummy chefs juggling their knives and making loud cling-clang noises on a wide iron griddle while impressed diners go "wowww". A personal contemporary-looking induction stove top sits in front of every diner, with seats too far apart, thus having conversations to be filled with "huh? what did you say? pardon? forget about it".

The Wagyu Beef Teppanyaki ($17++) that arrived came in a decent portion, topped with sweet chilli sauce and a sprinkle of sesame was slightly tender though some slices were annoyingly chewy. I did enjoy the veggies that were stirred into the sizzle giving an extra crunch and sweetness. For what you can get in Pepper Lunch or even the regular Kopeediams hot plates, it's definitely over valued for its price. Perhaps the $1 free flow of green tea might just be the one thing that excites.

You can DIY if you wish to be part of the food preparation, or allow one of the straight-looking staff to stir it up for you. If you ask me, it's just an expensive, over-valued, pretentious Pepper Lunch.

02 Apr 2011 • 6 reviews • 15 followers

Not bad

First dined cos of the 1-for-1 promotion after 4.30pm, which was rather worth it. Tried their teppanyaki, fried udon and shabu shabu. All three were good, especially the shabu shabu. We had black angus beef and pork.

Went back there to dine quite regularly, about once in two weeks because of the promotion. Food remains good but service-wise, it's inconsistent. Noticed a lot of young teens working, so maybe that's the cause of that.

Otherwise, not a bad place to dine in. Try both their teppanyaki and shabu shabu. Both are good.