actually means “iron plate”, while yaki
to the cooking style. Classical Teppanyaki dishes
include steak, shrimp, okonomiyaki, yakisoba and
Sushi is the Japanese style of cuisine referring
to vinegar rice topped with another ingredient,
most commonly raw fish. Sashimi actually refers
to the raw fish when served by itself.
Diners coming to J-Pan Teppanyaki and Sushi Restaurant
in Bangkok have a choice between chef cooked Teppanyaki,
freshly prepared Sushi, or diners can cook their
own Teppanyaki style dishes on our table set hot
has classically prepared Japanese dishes such
as Yakisoba, Tempura, Don Buri and special lunch
and dinner sets.
Please feel free to stop in and visit
us in the heart of Bangkok on Sukhumvit Soi 18,
just a “stone’s throw” from the Asoke Sukhumvit
intersection, above Foodland. Plenty of parking
is available, and taxi’s riding by are plentiful.
No Flash in the Pan
by Bangkok Post