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$49 for a Traditional Teppanyaki Dinner for Two at Shochiku Japanese Restaurant (value $98)

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Highlights

  • Watch as your meal is cooked right in front of you.
  • You'll receive a 9 course set menu including dessert.
  • BYO corkage available for $3 per person.
  • Super handy Queen Street location.

Conditions

Vouchers valid from Nov 11, 2012 to Dec 20, 2012. Limit: 5 for you and 5 gifts for others.

Bookings essential and subject to availability. Limited availability on weekends, book early to avoid disappointment. Valid for dinner only. BYO corkage is $3 per person. No changing or swapping of menus. Booking times available 6pm, 7pm and 8pm start. 1 coupon valid for 2 people. No refunds, no exchanges, no cash back. Must be used in one visit. Not to be used with other offers.

Shochiku Japanese Restaurant

(09) 300 3288

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460 Queen Street
Auckland
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If you really need convincing...

Your mum might not like you playing with your food. But she never said anything about other people fiddling with it.

Get your hands on your very own teppanyaki feast with this $49 deal cooked right in front of you by the pros at Shochiku Japanese Restaurant. Teppanyaki is a special style of Japanese cuisine that uses an iron griddle to cook food. The word teppanyaki comes from teppan which means iron plate and yaki which means grilled or pan-fried.

The set menu consists of:
  1. a salad
  2. salmon nigiri
  3. prawns
  4. scallops
  5. miso
  6. steamed rice
  7. teppan vegetables
  8. your choice one of beef or chicken
  9. ice cream dessert

At Shochiku, the teppanyaki chefs are super skilled and you'll be entertained during dinner as you watch the kitchen team create your masterpiece. Lean back and watch as the chefs juggle their tools and your ingredients while they put together a traditional Japanese feast. How can you not say konichiwa to that!