Opening next month in up-and-coming Tseung Kwan O, Teppanyaki Mihara showcases the grill skills of chef Terufumi Mihara.
Just when you thought teppanyaki restaurants were always intimate, costly affairs – especially when the chef’s name is on the sign outside – a new eatery is set to introduce elegant yet approachable Japanese grill cooking to Tseung Kwan O.
Helmed by chef Terufumi Mihara, once the Chief Chef at the Japanese Consulate in Chicago and an alumnus of Teppanyaki Sanka in Hong Kong, Teppanyaki Mihara promises to set a new benchmark for affordable “Japanese-fusion” dining in the city’s east. At the new grill kitchen, which is dressed with dark timber panels, brass accents, and traditional paper screens, chef Mihara will introduce his distinctive “Wa Modern” take on contemporary Japanese cuisine.
Expect staples like Miyazaki A4 Wagyu beer sirloin, Hokkaido pork, jet-fresh seafood, including tuna sourced by Daisen, one of Japan’s oldest tuna procurers, Canadian lobster, and South African abalone, as well as intriguing Shiogama-Yaki style seafood dishes, in which fish is steamed in a crust of salt and eff white to maintain moisture and flavour.
Look out for the omakase menus, priced from HK$720, as well as six-course set lunch and eight-course set lunch menus that are packed with flavour and premium produce, and which can be complemented by a choice of over 100 sakes, wines, shochu, and spirits curated by a resident sommelier.
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