One of the many bars and restaurants gracing the verdant oasis of the Emporium retail complex in the heart of Fortitude Valley, SAIKO Teppanyaki is one Japanese restaurant and sushi bar that the city’s Asian food fans should get psyched about. Offering traditional dishes through to the theatrics of teppanyaki and fresh sushi and sashimi, SAIKO offers everything you need in a Brisbane Japanese restaurant. Go a la carte with grilled starters like yaki tofu or chicken teppanyaki fried rice, the Saiko-delic sirloin steak with snapper, octopus, calamari or prawns, or head straight for a great value lunch sets. If you’re visiting SAIKO Teppanyaki’s Ann Street address in the evening with company, take aim at the Super Saiko banquets for two, ranging from the chef’s choice to the opulent Supreme and Oceania options.
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Very enjoyable experience, food and service was excellent, highly recommend
Great food and service, love to visit again , thank you
Brisbane’s culinary scene is well and truly on the rise. With fresh and unique restaurants opening constantly, there is a plethora of delicious and adventurous cuisines to try for whatever tickles your fancy. SAIKO Teppanyaki is leading the way in high quality Japanese dining and for those with a love of all things Asian, this stunning spot in Fortitude Valley’s elegant Emporium is a must-visit hotspot. With a chic design and open kitchen, the teppanyaki is prepared right in front of you on their traditional Japanese griddle, adding a slice of theatrics to your evening out.
All dishes at SAIKO Teppanyaki are created using only the highest quality produce, and it’s clear the team behind this Brisbane innovation have a love of the cuisine. Selecting some market fresh sashimi, perfectly presented sushi or their out of this world banquet sets, teamed with a cocktail expertly designed and created by their in-house mixologists, followed by perhaps a hot or cold sake makes for the perfect evening out at this Japanese infusion. Situated on Ann Street in Fortitude Valley, SAIKO Teppanyaki is open for lunch and dinner and provides a truly sensory dining experience – but make sure you book in advance to avoid disappointment.