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Amazing food and the atmosphere was exceptional. Very passionate about their cooking and the quality of the ingredients is second to none. Will definitely be returning to eat there often.
We opted to sit at one of the booths rather than at the teppanyaki station so that we could talk.
We all enjoyed the food and theatrics, very delicious meal
Easily my new favourite restaurant by far. Amazing! Lost for words
A hot day in Adelaide and the air con in the restaurant really couldn't cope with that as well as the heat from the grill plates so we were warmer than we expected. But the staff were helpful and we were moved to a table away from the heat after we had finished our lunch. Their version of teppanyaki is a simple one with nothing elaborate - just the main meat/fish plus some coleslaw and rice and miso soup . Very tender chicken and squid in our two dishes so we were quite happy.$25-28 each. Nice wines - $10 a glass but nothing cheaper ......... and $21 for 330ml of Kyoto Matcha beer seems outrageous but it was superb and I loved every drop of it!! Delightful waitress who really is Japanese and was happy to tell me about her home while I described some of my visits to that gorgeous country. I'll probably go back to talk to the waitress again and try some of the non teppanyaki dishes, and drink another bottle of exquisite green tea beer but I'll sit away from the benches by the grill plates and the heat!
Our family dinner at Samurai Teppanyaki House was top notch, really enjoyable, very authentic and lovely quality and tasty food. It is pricey but great quality. This was my 12 y.o. birthday family dinner and he loved the experience sitting in front of the grill.
Booked online for 2 for dinner and left a comment about having an allergy to garlic and onion. Arrived and greeted by a gentleman who said he read the comment I left and he'd let the kitchen know about these allergies. Young man starts cooking in front of us, clearly unaware of the allergies. I was able to pick around the spring onions but knew I'd be in trouble later. He asked when we'd like our fried rice and I replied before the meat dishes (we had to order more food because the portions were small). And asked for no onions, spring onions and garlic. He nodded and said no worries. But he went on to cook the rest of our meal with them. It was a shame because it was delicious.
We arrived early and were seated to order drinks first. The restaurant was full but we still got our seats before our reservation time. We ordered the lobster banquet. The salmon, lobster and beef were all very nicely cooked by our chef Nick. We ordered an extra of bean sprouts for 10 dollars, which in retrospect was a very expensive add on for the serving size we got. The service was prompt and friendly.
Great environment, Great food, Great chefs, Great menu! The new Samurai Teppanyaki House is visually fantastic, and busy enough to feel lively but not crowded. Same menu and it's beautiful. The vegetarian option was delicious!
Great food and great chef skill! This is our send visit to the restaurant, and the food did not disappoint. We find that, however, the seat at the chef bar are so closely squished, it is impossosible to get up without someone move the chair back for you. Also, the person who answered the phone were not well conversed in English and that made a simple request rather confusing.