Housed in a meticulously restored former distillery near the Expo Village, this is the second branch of Paulaner Brauhaus' swank teppanyaki concept. Chef's prepare French-inspired Japanese cuisine food table side. Read more
Upper crust of the teppanyaki world, with 600-700rmb per person price tags. Primarily a haunt of businessmen, but that location, up there on the top of the Okura is pretty lovely for a griddled, flipped, and flamed splurge. Read more
The outlets main feature is its Yakitori charcoal grill that runs down the centre of the open concept kitchen. The menu features over 30 different types of skewed meats, vegetables and seafood. More than 20 kinds of Sake representing different areas in Japan. Read more
Takara has a sake bar and does robatayaki, yakiniku and teppanyaki. Read more
Japanese brewery Hitachino's first foray into the mainland, this place is a four-story mansion that's half beery gastropub, half-veep private venue. The first two floors are a cozy gastro-pub doing yakitori and other Japanese bar food fare. The third floor is a... Read more
Japanese restaurant and sake bar located on the third and fourth floor of Taikoo Hui mall. German-born chef Bjoern Alexander (previously at The French Laundry in California) heading up the kitchen, and sake menu designed by Elliot Faber of Hong Kong's Ronin. The food... Read more
Simple, warm, and well-done izakaya open since 2008 just a few minutes walk south of Tianzifang. They serve all the classic Japanese comfort food like bbq skewers, ramen, fried chicken, seafood, cold dishes and salads, and of course, lots of draft beer and shochu.... Read more
Kagen is the teppanyaki spin-off of wildly popular Jap-fusion restaurant Haiku. Decor is the same upscale, modern minimalism with lots of smooth stones and the ingredients are several cuts above the all-you-can-eats. Sets from 230-400rmb per person. Read more
Decent sized Japanese restaurant in Jing'an specializing in Teppanyaki. Read more
Tairyo is probably the king of Shanghai's all-you-can-eats. 200rmb per person at this branch. Read more
(Restaurant changed name to "Natural Point Teppanyaki"). Tairyo's all-you-can-eat-and-drink for 200rmb teppanyaki is a long-time favorite among expats and those fresh off the boat. The menu features a fair selection of Japanese fare cooked hibachi style as well as... Read more
Kagen is the teppanyaki spin-off of wildly popular Jap-fusion restaurant Haiku, which is next door. Decor is same upscale, modern minimalism with lots of smooth stones and the ingredients are several cuts above the all-you-can-eats. Sets from 230-400rmb per person. Read more
The grand white mansion on Fenyang Lu, home to a Kuomintang General and an opera school at various times in its history, is currently a fancy restaurant serving high-end, businessman teppanyaki on the groud floor and yakiniku -- Japanese BBQ -- upstairs. Real popular... Read more
Gintei is one of the better options among Shanghai's myriad all-you-can-eat-and-drink teppanyaki feed bags. Expect most of the standards: stir-fried salmon fillets, butter-fried steak, sushi, sashimi and the like. The price is 280rmb per person. An a la carte menu is... Read more
Upscale teppanyaki restaurant on the Bund. Read more
All-you-can-eat, 160rmb per person. Read more
Tairyo is probably the king of Shanghai's all-you-can-eats. 150rmb per person at this branch. Read more
All-you-can-eat in a bunch of variations, from 138-198rmb per person. Read more
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All-you-can-eat, 150rmb per person. Read more
All-you-can-eat sushi OR all-you-can-eat teppanyaki, 168rmb per person. All-you-can-eat sushi AND teppanyaki, 198rmb per person. Read more
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