About Samurai Teppanyaki House
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About the restaurant
For warrior-class Japanese cuisine in Adelaide’s Goodwood, gallop on over to Samurai Teppanyaki House, a pagoda with one sole purpose – to blow your mind with the acrobatic art of teppanyaki and soothe the soul with sundry other traditional dishes. For the full spectacle of culinary swordplay, opt for one of the teppanyaki sets – lobster (with Atlantic salmon and beef tenderloin), Wagyu beef (with Australian prawns and chicken fillets), Moreton Bay bugs (with calamari and lamb backstrap), duck (with Hervey Bay scallops and calamari), lamb (with scallops and chicken) or vegetarian (with tempura, tofu, and the Osaka classic of okonomiyaki). Already you can see that Samurai Teppanyaki House takes no prisoners when it comes to doing battle with the freshest, locally-sourced ingredients pressed into the service of fine Japanese cuisine. Saddle up and book a table at Samurai’s premises along King William Road now!
Dining at Samurai Teppanyaki House in Adelaide’s Goodwood, is not like dining anywhere else. Not just your run of the mill Japanese eatery, Samurai Teppanyaki House is a perfect blend of entertainment and showmanship alongside a truly outstanding menu. Teppanyaki is a style of cooking that uses a traditional Japanese griddle and has become popular for the level of skill it requires as well as being a creative and fun way to dine.
The produce and ingredients sourced by the talented and passionate team behind Samurai Teppanyaki House are of an extremely high quality and they only use the best of the best. You’ll find 5-6 grade Wagyu beef along with completely Australian vegetables, seafood and meat, as well as an extensive sake menu just begging to be sampled. This Adelaide delight carries on with the values and mission of the ancient samurais and the locals of Goodwood are loving their passion and enthusiasm, so why not book a table and try this Japanese restaurant for yourself? You’ll find Samurai Teppanyaki House on King William Road, just be sure to bring your appetite!