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.
Salivating yet? Head to Shiro at Worli and dive into the scrumptious food they have for you. Here are their details:Shiro Bombay Dyeing Mill Compound, P Budhkar Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai Tel: 022 66511207, 022 66511208