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By Michelle Chan | January 1st, 2023
  • Restaurant
  • Kowloon, Tsim Sha Tsui

Atmospheric and mysterious: Reinventing the teppanyaki (grilled on metal plate) cuisine with modern sensibilities, Yoru Teppanyaki recently unveiled its dining hall with dramatic lighting and a sophisticated aura. The renowned and beloved teppanyaki cuisine acquires an elevated flair in an environment championing culinary innovation and artful designs.

Look & Feel: Encapsulating the allure of night, shadows and darkness engulf the Yoru Teppanyaki interior, where cold streaks of light brightens up the atrium to deliver a contemporary feeling. 4 VIP rooms mirror the aesthetic of the main hall, embracing guests in a mysterious yet noble atmosphere.

On the Menu: Dishes of fresh and seasonal ingredients presided by experienced chefs and served in front of you. Teppanyaki techniques such as the Sakura Wood smoked, Bincho Charcoal grilled with Japan Bancha Leaf, salt-baked methods will be demonstrated to create the perfect harmony and texture and flavor. And the icing on top? Yoru Teppanyaki’s unique “colorful sauces” bosting the sensory enjoyment of your every bite.

Great for: A stylish dinner on a Thursday night — your reward for (almost) making it through the week.

Check out our directory on Yoru Teppanyaki’s newly opened sister location Hiru Omakase here.

This write-up is a news piece and was not based on a restaurant visit. See our editorial policy here.


  • By Michelle Chan | January 1st, 2023
    • Restaurant
    • Kowloon, Tsim Sha Tsui

    Atmospheric and mysterious: Reinventing the teppanyaki (grilled on metal plate) cuisine with modern sensibilities, Yoru Teppanyaki recently unveiled its dining hall with dramatic lighting and a sophisticated aura. The renowned and beloved teppanyaki cuisine acquires an elevated flair in an environment championing culinary innovation and artful designs.

    Look & Feel: Encapsulating the allure of night, shadows and darkness engulf the Yoru Teppanyaki interior, where cold streaks of light brightens up the atrium to deliver a contemporary feeling. 4 VIP rooms mirror the aesthetic of the main hall, embracing guests in a mysterious yet noble atmosphere.

    On the Menu: Dishes of fresh and seasonal ingredients presided by experienced chefs and served in front of you. Teppanyaki techniques such as the Sakura Wood smoked, Bincho Charcoal grilled with Japan Bancha Leaf, salt-baked methods will be demonstrated to create the perfect harmony and texture and flavor. And the icing on top? Yoru Teppanyaki’s unique “colorful sauces” bosting the sensory enjoyment of your every bite.

    Great for: A stylish dinner on a Thursday night — your reward for (almost) making it through the week.

    Check out our directory on Yoru Teppanyaki’s newly opened sister location Hiru Omakase here.

    This write-up is a news piece and was not based on a restaurant visit. See our editorial policy here.