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Sho Teppan (ION Orchard) (しょう てっぱん)

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Sho-Teppan offers a fun teppanyaki experience with a diverse menu that includes Wagyu Beef, Kurobuta Pork Loin and more.

Daily: 11:30 - 21:30

+65 65099969
$19 based on 20 submissions
Vibrant/Noisy (7 votes), Dinner (6 votes), Lunch (6 votes)
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for a heartwarming meal :)

for photos and more reviews, visit http://littlemomentsofmylife.wordpress.com/ :)

i've walked past this place a number of times while i was in ION orchard, but i never really went in! i think cos i was always worried that the smell would stay in my hair. haha, oh i havent even introduced the place yet! :P it's a teppanyaki restaurant, where you can sit at a bar counter (like those in japan), where you face the chef in the centre and they'll place your food on an induction cooker in front of you to cook. pretty cool! but we found that it was kinda hard to talk when you're all siting in a row -.- so opt for one of the tables at the side if you wanna have some proper conversation during your meal! haha.

they have these nabe sets that are quite comprehensive! this was my friend's order of the chicken nabe ($10.90). you can chose either the sweet sukiyaki soup (i prefer this!) or the savoury shabu shabu soup. it comes with a bowl chock full of cabbage, mushrooms, tofu, some other green veggies, and your meat on the side, with an egg, salad and rice! not bad eh! i tried my friend's chicken and it had a really wonderful texture! super light and soft :)

i ordered the pork yakimeshi ($9.90) which was a pepper-lunch style of rice in a hot pot with all the yummy ingredients, and it also came with miso soup & salad! the waitress helped me to cook my whole dish.

and it was sooooooo fragrant i couldnt wait to start digging in! excited much! :D the flavours of the egg, juicy succulent pieces of pork, mushrooms and sauce all went perfectly together. the entire dish was bursting with a lovely aroma, and it tasted as good as it smelled :D

even after the smell of the food stuck to me after that, i would say that it was worth it xD

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• 08 Jul 2012 • 219 reviews • 2 followers

for a heartwarming meal :)

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for photos and more reviews, visit http://littlemomentsofmylife.wordpress.com/ :)

i've walked past this place a number of times while i was in ION orchard, but i never really went in! i think cos i was always worried that the smell would stay in my hair. haha, oh i havent even introduced the place yet! :P it's a teppanyaki restaurant, where you can sit at a bar counter (like those in japan), where you face the chef in the centre and they'll place your food on an induction cooker in front of you to cook. pretty cool! but we found that it was kinda hard to talk when you're all siting in a row -.- so opt for one of the tables at the side if you wanna have some proper conversation during your meal! haha.

they have these nabe sets that are quite comprehensive! this was my friend's order of the chicken nabe ($10.90). you can chose either the sweet sukiyaki soup (i prefer this!) or the savoury shabu shabu soup. it comes with a bowl chock full of cabbage, mushrooms, tofu, some other green veggies, and your meat on the side, with an egg, salad and rice! not bad eh! i tried my friend's chicken and it had a really wonderful texture! super light and soft :)

i ordered the pork yakimeshi ($9.90) which was a pepper-lunch style of rice in a hot pot with all the yummy ingredients, and it also came with miso soup & salad! the waitress helped me to cook my whole dish.

and it was sooooooo fragrant i couldnt wait to start digging in! excited much! :D the flavours of the egg, juicy succulent pieces of pork, mushrooms and sauce all went perfectly together. the entire dish was bursting with a lovely aroma, and it tasted as good as it smelled :D

even after the smell of the food stuck to me after that, i would say that it was worth it xD

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The management of Sho Teppan responded to this review:
13 Mar 2013
Dear K W, thank you for your valued patronage. We are delighted to learn that the food items offered were met with great satisfaction from you. We hope that we will be able to serve you again very soon!
• 09 Jan 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

Affordable price in town

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Well, this is my first review on hungrygowhere. So yesterday i went down to ION orchard and was finding some good place for lunch and i stumble upon Sho Teppan. This is the first time that I had ever eaten at here. Initially i wanted to have my lunch at the food court, but it was a hassle finding the empty tables and the food there aren't cheap too. So i decided to look around for other sources and came upon Sho Teppan. Upon reaching the shop, it was rather empty and I went in without queuing.

I ordered the pork teppanyaki which was recommended by the staffs there. The pork was served in a pan where by you have to 'diy' the raw food yourself. It was rather a fun experience as I get to 'play' around with the cooking of the food. Upon tasting the meat, it was rather tender and have enough flavors which allow the meat to taste so oishi. The side dishes were pleasant as well. There were appetizers, miso soup and bowl of japanese rice. The service was great as well, as the waiter recommended me some sauces to go with the meat too.

Overall, it was rather a good lunching as it only cost up to $14 including service charge and gst. Yes, i will come back here again to try the other meals too.

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• 24 Oct 2011 • 316 reviews • 86 followers

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Another way of cooking the whole dish meal within a pan. To me, it was quite a portion that I couldn't finish it by myself. As pan for two persons would be just nice. As the noodles and other ingredients will be fried at the same time. Yes, if one arrange to sit in front of the cooking area, can be too steaming to get our own self to be stained with smell after that.

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