Teppanyaki Night at Shiro, Worli

The beautiful interiors of Shiro create a perfect setting for an evening by the Teppanyaki Table. What is a Teppanyaki? Let’s breakdown the word for you; Teppan means ‘iron plate’ and Yaki means ‘fried or broiled. Together it means food cooked an iron griddle or plate.

The originator of the Teppanyaki- style steakhouse is the Japanese restaurant chain Misono, which introduced the concept of cooking Western-influenced food on a teppan in Japan in 1945.

At Shiro, there is a large table with the iron plate surface in the centre. This is the stage for the chef’s performance. It’s an extremely fun and interactive way to dining; perfect for a date.

Chef working at lightning speed
Mix it up!

Rice is ready for service
Rice Noodles, anyone?
Refreshing Mojito
Little prawns lined up on the hot plate
Prawns in Goat Cheese
Let’s drop the Basa!
Basa is ready to eat
Everyone looks hungry
Fire up another batch of prawns
Chocolate Sushi and Brownies for dessert

Salivating yet? Head to Shiro at Worli and dive into the scrumptious food they have for you. Here are their details:

Bombay Dyeing Mill Compound,
P Budhkar Marg, Lower Parel,
Tel: 022 66511207, 022 66511208 

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