Located at Sydney’s Darling Harbour at King Street Wharf 3, Wharf Teppanyaki off Lime Street makes eating Japanese cuisine a fun, interactive and delicious experience perfect for the entire family. Featuring twelve cooking stations where diners can watch highly skilled Japanese chefs as they cook their meals directly in front of them, Wharf Teppanyaki invites guests to customise their dish of choice according to their personal preferences. Open for lunch from Mondays to Fridays, and every day of the week for dinner, Wharf Teppanyaki serves Japanese cuisine done spectacularly right.
If you’ve been looking to eat proper teppanyaki in Sydney but have been continuously disappointed, we suggest a quick trip to Wharf Teppanyaki, found off Lime Street on the King Street Wharves lining the eastern side of Darling Harbour. This Japanese restaurant features incredible lunch specials for workers from the city’s central business district and inner city area, but it’s close walking distance to Wynyard Station means the restaurant is accessible from across Sydney, and a must-visit for fans of authentic Japanese cuisine.
Seated around several teppanyaki grilling stations, the diners at Wharf Teppanyaki at Sydney’s Darling Harbour (at King Street Wharf 3 off Lime Street, to be precise) are given the VIP treatment as they watch their lunch or dinner selection get freshly, acrobatically cooked before their very eyes. A restaurant to visit with the whole family, Wharf Teppanyaki allows guests to chat with each other and their chef, making it an unforgettably social dining event. Visit on Sundays for Wharf Teppanyaki’s Sunday Family Feast (for a minimum of 3 people) and enjoy a seven-course meal including favourites like wild mushroom salad, egg fried rice, beef tenderloin, barossa chicken and a selection of grilled king prawns, salmon and Hokkaido scallops. Reservations are a must!