Welcome to Tokyo Grill
Teppanyaki is the method of cooking on the Teppan grill, a very large hob on which the chef directly prepares the dishes; here the plate is part of the counter and guests can have dinner around.
Yakiniku is the name of the grill present on each table, where guests can cook their own portion of meat and vegetables, but also fish: this is considered "food that is good for the soul".
In addition to the à la carte menu you can announce the Omakase, the expression used by customers in the finest sushi restaurants to leave carte blanche in the selection of dishes to the chef, who will present a rich set of dishes.
The location is in the fashionable district of Brera and set up into 3 different environments: downstairs there are two private rooms, where you can have dinner in the Teppanyaki mode; in the intermezzo the restaurant is characterized by large tables all equipped with Yakiniku and upstairs there is our Sushi Bar.
The Teppanyaki kitchen borns from the will of finding a way to cook and eat in the same "dish".
The protagonist is the master teppanyaki who, provided with a large spoon, a fork and two spatulas, cooks the raw dish on the teppan.
It is a typical method of Japanese cuisine and is the most common experience in the restaurants of the Rising Sun and is based on the principle of conviviality.
Peppers, carrots and mushrooms are suitable for those who choose the vegetarian version
It is the expression used by customers in the finest sushi restaurants to leave carte blanche in the chef's selection of dishes.
An original and qualifying alternative instead of simply ordering à la carte.