Friday, May 08, 2009

YakiyakiBo Teppanyaki @ Jurong Point

Yesterday I mentioned a quick dinner. It was but we took a bit longer than we wanted and was late! LOL...

Do you realise that when you go out with a group of people, you get people who don't like this and that. We wanted to go to the Ramen shop, but someone did not like ramen. So we ended up at Yakiyakibo. (What a name!)

I think it's only me that eats anything and everywhere! LOL...

YakiyakiBo

I usually do not like Teppanyaki only for 1 reason. Our clothes stink after eating. But at this place, they put on a huge paper apron / bib on you. It covers your neck all the way to your knees.

Kind of reminds me of this place where you have giant ribs in Sydney called Hurricane's. They have huge bibs too.

Anyway, the 4 of us chose set meals : the Okonomiyaki, Seafood, Sirloin Steak and Wagyu set. The sets came with Salad, Chawanmushi or Tofu, Miso Soup, Fried Beansprouts, Rice (plain, garlic or tamago), the mains and a dessert. Prices was between I think $12 to $18?

Here's some of the 'entertainment' photos.

The making of the chawanmushi in the onion cup.

Chawanmushi

Pour in the egg mix...

Chawanmushi

Steamed inside for a few minutes...

Chawanmushi

You get your chawanmushi.
(Personally, I think I prefer the usual ones in cups in other places. those are smoother and have more ingredients)

Chawanmushi

The preparation of the tamago rice. Garlic, carrots and an egg.

Tamago Rice

Mix with rice and the person performs the 'dance'.

Tamago Rice

Do come chops too...

Tamago Rice

The rice is ready!

Tamago Rice

This is my order, the Wagyu Beef Set.

Wagyu

Wagyu

Wagyu

Tada, they serve the meat on a slice of buttered bread that's left on the hot pan.
The bread kind of absorb the oil and also the extra sauce.

Wagyu

This is the Calamari..

Calamari

And the Sirloin Steak set.
If you are wondering, the sirlion is the most expensive, I think it's because you get more meat ;-) (compared to the wagyu)

Sirlion Steak

And the bean sprouts. Do the teppanyaki dance and it gets transformed....

Beansprouts

Transformed to this...
It somehow lack something...

Beansprouts


This restaurant share the same parent as the Kuriya / Ichiban Japanese chain. (found out from www.res.com.sg)

Yakiyakibo Teppanyaki
Jurong Point
1 Jurong West Central 2
#B1-52
Singapore 648886

Tel: 6792 0583
Hours: 11.30 am - 10.00 pm



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4 comments:

Meg in Nelson said...

That Chawan-mushi-in-onion trick is neat, although I can't imagine mixing the smell of the two... Still, interesting...

Alcy's Hobby Room said...

The tamago fried rice looks good, got 'wok hei' (read in Cantonese) or not? The chawanmushi in onion cup is also very interesting but wonder whether the onion taste is strong?

Miso said...

Sakae teppanyaki has the same concept of putting the chawanmushi in onion.
Put the oily meat on the bread? Ah.. so much bread is wasted then.. Haha...

Keropok Man said...

Meg
haha.. i love onions that i did not think how others might think of it! ;-p

Alcy,
Definitely got wok hei, it's so hot the rice can be seen jumping around. LOL

Miso,
Ya, Sakae had something similar for their chawanmushi. In fact, I think sakae's version is a bit nicer. ;-)

Posted it some time ago here:
http://singapuradailyphoto.blogspot.com/search/label/Sakae%20Teppanyaki

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