Nami Teppanyaki Steakhouse, Bangkok | Thailand

Nami Teppanyaki Steakhouse

Nami Teppanyaki Steakhouse is a type of a Japanese cuisine that is located in JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok on the 4 Sukhumvit Road, Soi 2 Bangkok, Thailand. Teppanyaki is a Japanese word that consists of “Teppan” which means iron skillet/pan and “Yaki” refers to grilled/boiled/pan-fried. Therefore, combining these two words together, you get the meaning that this type of cuisine is when the food is being prepared in front of the guests. Whereas, the method of cooking these fresh produce are mainly based on a large iron skill that is the chef’s station and guests can sit and enjoy as their food is being freshly prepared in front of them.

Nami Teppanyaki Steakhouse, Bangkok | Thailand

Nami Teppanyaki Steakhouse’s Vibe and Ambience

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With Nami Teppanyaki Steakhouse’s aim to offer the best traditional and cultured steakhouse experience, Nami Teppanyaki Steakhouse is designed to be modern and elegant. This can be seen from the long wave-like wooden structures at the background and the warm-earthy tones of the interior. In addition, the steakhouse itself is characterised by stainless steel overhead air vacuums and counter-seats dinner table. As a matter of fact, the table is selected so that guests can have a full-front view of their food being prepared right in front of them on the iron skillet. Hence, this serves to enhance the interactiveness between the guests and the chefs! Last but not least, Nami Teppanyaki Steakhouse’s staff are known for their professionalism and hospitality and they make guests feel comfortable and provide a comforting and warm ambience.

Food and Price:

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Although there are many Teppanyaki restaurants scattered all over Bangkok, Nami Teppanyaki Steakhouse is renowned for its fabulous and tasty dishes, all curated by chef Yukio Takeda. There are a variety of delicious dishes available on the menu but you can choose to go with the seven-course menu. Delicious and light appetizers are in the form of crunchy corn and prawn wrapped in vietnamese rice paper top with tangy lime and avocado sauce and it is also served with soup and salad as well! Although simple, this dish costs THB 380++. While the Baked Tuna salad and sweet onion dressing costs another THB 530++.

 

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Why Nami Teppanyaki Steakhouse?

What made Nami Teppanyaki Steakhouse stand out from other Teppanyaki restaurants is their signature dish called “A5 Miyazaki sirloin slice Usuyaki style (100g) with wagyu sauce” (THB 1,800++). It is a dish that uses thinly-sliced A5 Miyazaki sirloin and wraps it in freshly chopped spring onions and garlic. When it is served with home-made wagyu sauce, the taste sticks to your tongue and the beef melts instantly in your mouth!

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Another must-try is the “Japanese Wagyu Spice curry fried rice” which costs THB 420++. The fried rice is served with wagyu beef, eggs, garlic and curry paste, which gives off a fragrant and smoky smell rather than charred ones! Although simple, the taste that this fried-rice packs is humongous. You might also want to check: Urbani Truffle Bar & Restaurant, Bangkok | Thailand!

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Do not forget to try their Australian Wagyu tenderloin and their top quality Foie Gras. Nami Teppanyaki Steakhouse’s Australian Wagyu tenderloin (200g) is best served medium rare as the beef is literally so smooth and buttery! Although this dish is quite pricey, coming at a price of 2550 THB, it is worth it! While their Foie Gras is cooked with wine sauce that creates a smooth and well-balanced taste, it costs 980 THB.

Opinion

If you are looking for a fine-dining restaurant that delivers on the quality of their food, Nami Teppanyaki Steakhouse is the place for you. Although it is above average for the price range, their beef and atmosphere is to die for! Nami Teppanyaki Steakhouse is suitable for those of you who look forward to a quiet and comfortable meal! Also, please show up dressed as it is a common show of respect to the Japanese chefs who serve your food.

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