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The Best Teppanyaki in Adelaide for a Flying Good Feast

Have your food cooked up and served in front of your eyes at some of the best Teppanyaki restaurants in Adelaide.

Erato Japanese
Erato Japanese

From restaurants hidden in transformed banks to a real cultural experience down by the bay, Adelaide offers only the most exquisite of Teppanyaki experiences. Take your next dinner date to the next level and have your food cooked, tossed and bought to life right in front of your eyes and get your Japanese culture fix the right way by booking into one of Adelaide's best Teppanyaki restaurants. 

Tomato Japanese
Tomato Japanese
Tomiko Japanese

Turn your Teppanyaki dinner into a bay side dining experience and head to Tomato Japanese at Marina Pier. The steak house boasts a complete interactive dining experience with chefs guiding diners through servings of prawn tails, yakitori and a quality marble wagyu beef. Pop down for a feast in the midst of summer and enjoy a pre dinner stroll along Glenelg beach. 

7 Holdfast Shores, Marina Pier, Glenelg

Erato Japanese

Step through the door of this teppanyaki joint and you won't feel like you're in a Japanese restaurant at all, rather an old bank with all the characteristics and mannerisms to follow. Gold marble pillars surround a central teppanyaki table with the owners mixing together French sensibility with whiz bang teppanyaki skills.It's safe to say Erato's vibe is a little different to most Japanese restaurants. 

21 King William Street, Adelaide


Shiki Japanese Restaurant
Shiki Japanese Restaurant
Shiki Japanese Restaurant

Adelaide's longest running teppanyaki restaurant, located in the InterContinental Shiki boasts a sleek dining room with open teppanyaki stations in the middle.  Their extensive offering doesn't end at teppanyaki dishes but also sushi and sashimi. Watch exquisite chef's serve up award winning dishes in front of your eyes that are elegant and full flavoured. 

InterContinental Adelaide

Samurai Teppanyaki House
Samurai Teppanyaki House
Samurai Teppanyaki House

With an extensive range of melt in your mouth dishes, it's understandable why Samurai Teppanyaki House is so popular among Adelaideans. Take a front row seat at one of their many teppanyaki stations and watch your dishes come to life in front of your eyes. Samurai is also the host of cooking classes so if you want to learn the traditional Japanese ways to practice in your own home book in for a real teppanyaki experience. 

116 King William Road, Hyde Park

Nagomi
Nagomi
Nagomi

As the word Nagomi refers to being comforted and relaxed in a harmonious way, it's no shock that this restaurant does it superbly! Tucked away on Hutt Street, the crew at Nagomi sure know how to serve up delicious dishes. Order a sushi and sashimi boat if your feeding masses or treat yourself to some gyoza or tataki.  Mmmm if that doesn't already have your tummy rumbling! 

242 Hutt Street, Adelaide

Koomo - Adam Bruzzone
Koomo - Adam Bruzzone
Koomo

This may not be a teppanyaki restaurant, but this fine dining Japanese experience is still up there with one of the best in Adelaide. An open kitchen allows view of the chef busy at work, so get a table perched over the kitchen and watch the magic unfold. Did we mention you would also be dining at the highest restaurant in Adelaide? That certainly adds to the wow factor.

Level 10, 27 Frome Street, Adelaide


If Adelaide's Teppanyaki restaurants have got you licking your lips for more, check out the best Italian restaurants around Adelaide and book in for an authentic feast. Or perhaps spend the summer months eating and sipping your way around the Adelaide Hills