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Visited Seiwaa to try their teppanyaki and okonomiyaki!

We made a last min decision to dine here, so no reservation was made. Hence, we were not able to get the hotplate tables! For the hotplate tables, the chef will cook the food infront of you at the tables! You will need to call in advance to make the reservation, and there is fixed timings for the hotplate tables!

Otherwise, you can also walk in to get the non-hotplate tables. You can still order the same food (except for some exceptions) at these non-hotplate tables, just that the food will be cooked in the kitchen backend before it is served to the table.

Here is what we ordered:
-Mix Okonomiyaki ($18+): They have 9 different choices! This that we choose had pork, squid and shrimp.
-Squid Teppanyaki ($30+): Got this as it was one of the recommended item! However, I feel that we had much better squid elsewhere before!
-Garlic Fried Rice ($12+): We ordered this for some carbs. but this garlic fried rice was kinda underwhelming. Not enough garlicky fragrant taste.

Besides Okonomiyaki, they also have monjayaki as well, but that can only be ordered at the hotplate tables!

4⭐ The calamari goes well with the mayonnaise and is so addictive. Each of us ordered a set and we had the salmon, beef and seafood. The beef I had is slightly over done today.
#Benihana #CrispyFriedCalamari #SeafoodTeppanyaki #SalmonTeppanyaki #BeefTeppanyaki #NaraMocktail #OneNightInTokyoMocktail #ManekiNekoMocktail

4.25⭐ Found out this new teppanyaki outlet when we went shopping at Millennia walk. The executive set lunch is value for money and includes house salad, chawanmushi, miso soup and garlic rice. Furthermore the set lunch is available on weekend too. We ordered beef and seafood for sharing. The beef is executed well even though it's not wagyu beef. WB comment that I have atas tongue as I seldom praise non wagyu beef. Seafood portion is also generous as the prawn and scallop are huge!
Well, I guess I found my favourite mid range teppanyaki restaurant.
#Benihana #ExecutiveSetLunch #BeefTeppanyaki #AssortedSeafoodTeppanyaki

4.25⭐ Found out this new teppanyaki outlet when we went shopping at Millennia walk. The executive set lunch is value for money and includes house salad, chawanmushi, miso soup and garlic rice. Furthermore the set lunch is available on weekend too. We ordered beef and seafood for sharing. The beef is executed well even though it's not wagyu beef. WB comment that I have atas tongue as I seldom praise non wagyu beef. Seafood portion is also generous as the prawn and scallop are huge!
Well, I guess I found my favourite mid range teppanyaki restaurant.
#Benihana #ExecutiveSetLunch #BeefTeppanyaki #AssortedSeafoodTeppanyaki

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Asparagus Tofu
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Hokkaido Scallop
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Beni Onion Soup
Garlic Fried Rice
Vegetable Volcano
Hokkaido Milk Pudding

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Teppanyaki Beef (S$12.60)
Sliced beef in garlic sauce, accompanied with bean sprouts and cabbage.
Could request for chopped chilies for spicy version, more garlic, etc…
Served with rice and soup

Express Teppan-Yaki
Address 🛖 : 4 Tampines Central 5, # B1-K22, Singapore 🇸🇬 529 510

Pretty good food, the raw oysters are interesting. Foodpanda dine in is a great deal

Everyone should be familiar with this teppanyaki place that has been grilling for many years in Orchard.

I finally found the chance to pay a visit to grab my dinner, as there wasn’t any queue at night. Still remember it used to be lots of people queuing when they just opened.

Choose from value or premium set, or just go with ala-carte. But I would say the set is definitely valuable as it comes with lots of sides to pair with your meat.

I gotten the sliced pork, which they prepare it with spicy pepper sauce. But you can request for non-spicy.

The deluxe set comes with pieces of dory fish, half-shell scallop, tiger prawn, white rice, salad, stir-fries vegetables and soup.

But the pepper sauce seems too overwhelming for me that it totally covered the taste of the sliced pork.

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Rich umami-laden soup is served with straight noodles, grilled leeks brushed with prawn oil, and a whole binchotan-grilled lobster tail.

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Feature :
💕Lobster Ramen from ramen menu
Ramen noodle served with stock made from lobster consommé blended, strained and enriched further with ‘américaine’ to intensify the shellfish flavours, and fresh whole binchotan-grilled lobster tail.
💰$88++
💕 Wagyu Yakiniku Donburi from Donburi (Robatayaki-style).
My fav, Hokkaido Nanatsuboshi* is cooked with rendered beef fat, served with Japanese Toriyama A4 Wagyu beef and sauteed vegetables, drizzled with yakiniku sauce to finish.
It’s flavourful and the meat is tender.
💰$88++
💕Wagyu Dry Ramen from ramen menu
The ramen noodles are tossed with nWagyu miso sauce and taberu la yu, served on a hotplate, topped with seared Australian Wagyu striploin, chopped chives and a raw Japanese egg yolk.
💰$58++
💕Sakura Chicken Kinome Yaki from Teppanyaki menu
Pan fried Sakura chicken thigh, seasoned with salt and pepper,then topped with a sauce of sake, mirin and shoyu, as well as a kinome leaf (sancho pepper leaf) to finish.
💰$28++
💕 Deep Fried Edamame from Zensai
(From the Hot Selection)
It’s a must order from hot selection, Edamame is deep fried in Wagyu fat, then sprinkled with salt and black pepper before being served
💰$12++
💕 Miyoshi Wagyu Gyoza from Teppanyaki menu
Gyoza with The filling mix of minced Wagyu A4 & A5 beef with shiitake mushrooms and takana pickles .
Served with shredded Japanese leeks as well as two sauces on the side.
💰$38++
💕 Wagyu Shoyu Ramen from Ramen Menu
Shoyu ramen with shabu shabu Miyazaki A4 Wagyu beef topped with ajitsuke (seasoned) half-boiled egg and truffle paste
💰$58++
💕 Warabi Mochi Trio from dessert menu
Warabi mochi (matcha, kinako and kuromitsu) with vanilla ice cream
💰$15++

📍 MIYOSHI by Fat Cow
2 Gunner Lane, #01-04/05/06, Mess Hall at Sentosa. Singapore 099567

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Feature :
💕Lobster Ramen from ramen menu
Ramen noodle served with stock made from lobster consommé blended, strained and enriched further with ‘américaine’ to intensify the shellfish flavours, and fresh whole binchotan-grilled lobster tail.
💰$88++
💕 Wagyu Yakiniku Donburi from Donburi (Robatayaki-style).
My fav, Hokkaido Nanatsuboshi* is cooked with rendered beef fat, served with Japanese Toriyama A4 Wagyu beef and sauteed vegetables, drizzled with yakiniku sauce to finish.
It’s flavourful and the meat is tender.
💰$88++
💕Wagyu Dry Ramen from ramen menu
The ramen noodles are tossed with nWagyu miso sauce and taberu la yu, served on a hotplate, topped with seared Australian Wagyu striploin, chopped chives and a raw Japanese egg yolk.
💰$58++
💕Sakura Chicken Kinome Yaki from Teppanyaki menu
Pan fried Sakura chicken thigh, seasoned with salt and pepper,then topped with a sauce of sake, mirin and shoyu, as well as a kinome leaf (sancho pepper leaf) to finish.
💰$28++
💕 Deep Fried Edamame from Zensai
(From the Hot Selection)
It’s a must order from hot selection, Edamame is deep fried in Wagyu fat, then sprinkled with salt and black pepper before being served
💰$12++
💕 Miyoshi Wagyu Gyoza from Teppanyaki menu
Gyoza with The filling mix of minced Wagyu A4 & A5 beef with shiitake mushrooms and takana pickles .
Served with shredded Japanese leeks as well as two sauces on the side.
💰$38++
💕 Wagyu Shoyu Ramen from Ramen Menu
Shoyu ramen with shabu shabu Miyazaki A4 Wagyu beef topped with ajitsuke (seasoned) half-boiled egg and truffle paste
💰$58++
💕 Warabi Mochi Trio from dessert menu
Warabi mochi (matcha, kinako and kuromitsu) with vanilla ice cream
💰$15++

📍 MIYOSHI by Fat Cow
2 Gunner Lane, #01-04/05/06, Mess Hall at Sentosa. Singapore 099567

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Starting off with the Deep Fried Edamame ($12), this is an addictive bowl of greens that is fried with wagyu fat and seasoned with black pepper salt, which I just can’t stop eating it. For the teppanyaki dishes, we had the Sakura Chicken Kinome Yaki ($28) and Myoshi Wagyu Gyoza ($38), the latter is filled with a mixture of wagyu A4 and A5 beef and served with a garlic chilli oil that elevates the dish even further. We shared the Wagyu Yakiniku Donburi ($88) which was one of the best dishes of the evening with the charcoal grilled Japanese toriyama A4 wagyu beef, onsen egg and garlic fat rice. Just the sound of all these ingredients coming together and you will instantly know that it is going to be a flavour bomb.

Over at the ramen section, we had the Wagyu Shoyu Ramen ($58), Wagyu Dry Ramen ($58) and Lobster Ramen ($88). My pick has got to be the dry ramen as the noodles are tossed with niku miso (wagyu miso sauce) chilli oil and shoyu, giving it a nicely balanced aroma and flavour. Served on a hotplate for the dramatic spectacle, the noodles are topped with seared Australian wagyu striploin and a raw Japanese egg yolk for the added creaminess.
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🍽️ MIYOSHI by Fat Cow
📍 2 Gunner Lane, Mess Hall at Sentosa, Unit 01-04/05/06, Singapore 099567

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