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(Closed) Yureka Teppanyaki Restaurant (Jalan Masjid)

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Located along Jalan Masjid, Yureka Teppanyaki Restaurant specialises in Halal Teppanyaki.

Mon - Thu: 11:00 - 22:30

Fri: 15:00 - 22:30

Sat - Sun: 11:00 - 22:30

+65 68427317
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• 18 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Low Quality Food

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First time ever I eat teppanyaki they chef nv removed the shell from the prawns... When asked the waitress said cox its green.. My gf said I think she refer to "grilled".
The garlic rice is just fried rice with garlic over them..
The whole restaurant is basically empty except for the 2 of us but it took 10min for them to even get the first dish up. Worse of all, the scallop had a foul smell, we just took 2 bites and left the rest untouched.
Disappointed with the food quality and ill nv going to step in this restaurant again.

After the meal, both of us felt extremely thirsty.. I wonder how much MSG is added in all the dishes..
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• 07 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Bad Customer Service.

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Made a reservation through Hungry Go Where online booking. Got a booking comformation but was told off by Mr Farouk/Faruk thats where was no such booking made under my name. Raised his voice and was also told theres a problem with online booking services Hungry Go Where. Got furious and called up again and a lady staff Halimah said reservation made by my name was received! Decided to cancel off my appointment due to bad customer service! Cant even bother to double checked or even a sorry,instead putting the blame on online booking by Hungry Go Where. Never ever consider going to there again.
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