Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Teppanyaki Brothers, SM Aura Food Court

One of the things I miss in our short (if 1.5 years can be called so) stint in Singapore is eating out at different restaurants. One restaurant we keep coming back to aside from Din Tai Fung is a Japanese teppanyaki restaurant at the top of the 313 Somerset mall along Orchard Road. The food is cooked in front of you and you have a choice of set meals including sea food, vegetables, beef and chicken. It had been a long time since we've had teppanyaki this way and decided to try out Teppanyaki Brothers at the food court at the cinema level of SM Aura at Bonifacio Global City.

Sea food - salmon, dory and shrimp - were cooked together with gyoza
Oil is added to the hot plate
Seasoning (looked like a mix of salt and pepper) is added to the salmon and dory
It was a fresh and welcome meal that led us to reminisce about lunch and dinner dates in Singapore. The food was okay and we were satisfied with the servings that we shared. We had to leave some space for the popcorn we planned to eat at the cinema (we watched Star Wars Episode 7 only last Friday).

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