June 15, 2013

Restaurant in Phnom Penh: The Teppanyaki (Japanese) in NagaWorld

My husband and I were supposed to eat in Korean Grill in NagaWorld last Thursday lunch. On the way to the restaurant, we saw The Teppanyaki (Japanese) Restaurant has already opened. So instead of going Korean for lunch, we chose Japanese instead.

We were ushered into one of the four private dining rooms.

My husband ordered a teppanyaki set of chicken, venison, prawn and vegetable. The set costs $33. It already includes salad, rice, soup and fruit dessert. But I still find it expensive so I ordered sashimi and sushi for myself instead.

A 6-piece of sashimi will set you back $12. Still expensive, methinks.

My salmon and shrimp sushi $8

 Our Teppanyaki Chef in action! I guess this is why it's expensive, it's because you pay for a private chef cooking for you, complete with acrobatic moves and tricks.

Surprisingly, they gave us two sets of salad even if I did not order the teppanyaki set. They also gave me miso soup and dessert.

Prawn and Chicken

Tofu and Venison oozing with lots of butter!

Fried rice with bits of salmon and veggies

Fruit dessert

To be fair, the teppanyaki set seemed like it was good for two people. It was also very good. Hubby couldn't finish the entire set by himself. I guess $33 is reasonable if it's for two people.

At NagaWorld's lobby

The Teppanyaki (Japanese) Restaurant
NagaWorld Phnom Penh
Opening hours :
Lunch daily - 11:00am to 3:00pm
Dinner daily - 6:00pm to 10:30pm