Tuesday, June 3, 2008

taishi teppanyaki

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taishi teppanyaki @ usj9

craving for teppanyaki but don't want to brave the traffic jams, going in rounds looking for a parking spot and wasting time in a shopping mall? come to think of it, how many independent teppanyaki shops are there out there that are NOT in shopping malls?

google'd and found taishi teppanyaki in usj 9.

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pretty good ambience, eh?

we (me, calvin, eiling) stood out being the only patrons in the outlet after a couple left moments after we were seated. and having one big camera with flashes snapping away doesn't help with being the center of attention. that being said, we were approached by the 'lao pan niang' (lady boss) who relate to us that her husbang (aka 'lao pan') once had one big camera as well but was stolen after the shop got broken into blablabla.

further conversations... blablabla taishi has been around for 4 years blablabla lao pan niang learnt the japanese culinary from japan where her sister resides in blablabla chefs are local blablabla own homemade concocted special sauces blablabla

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deluxe sushi set- rm14.80

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sliced beef in goma peanut butter sauce- rm18.80

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beef course- rm34.80
(top L-R): N.Z. beef sirloin, tiger prawns, beef rolls, cuttlefish

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chicken + salmon + cuttlefish- rm23.80

food is not too bad, but a tad too pricey imho, sushi is not recommended though. i love my goma peanut butter sauce as it goes really well with the rice! i heard calvin said he loves the nz sirloin beef which was done in butter yaki style. looking at the pics make me wanna have the meal all over again....


taishi teppanyaki
34, jalan usj 9/5p,
47620 subang jaya.
(next to hong kee tim sum usj)
tel: 03-80259603


[disclaimer: the opinions expressed here are based on my personal views, tastebuds and preference and may vary for others. please dont sue me, i dont have money. kthxbye.]

2 comments:

Calvin Goh Seow Chung said...

Oh yes... The butteryaki beef was sure good! Thanks eiling for bringing us there! It was her treat too... Thanks again.

YilingL said...

calvin: yum yum! we should force her to belanja us more!!

 
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