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.
ordered the tenderloin beef teppanyaki set. the beef although was good, it was tender and chewy, the servings was barely 4-5 pieces of small tenderloin. the vegetables and sauce that came along with it was overly sweet.
service was really bad. there wasnt any form of service except for addition utensils. staffs wasnt friendly, seems to be rushing although the tables were not even half filled. the staffs wasnt smiling, not looking happy serving u.
my gf got shabu shabu, kurobatu pork, too much fat meat. although the soup base was okay.
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.
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...
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