Eleven-course meals have been used throughout history to teach the importance of preparation, perseverance and wearing harem pants to dinner. Enjoy a Japanese feast with Wharf Teppanyaki by Kobe Jones, King St Wharf:
$69 for 11-course teppanyaki with sake for one person (total value up to $155)
$138 for 11-course teppanyaki with sake for two people (total value up to $310)
$269 for 11-course teppanyaki with sake for four people (total value up to $620)
$529 for 11-course teppanyaki with sake for eight people (total value up to $1,240)
Feast off the 11-course ‘Haru Shifudo’ menu, beginning with onikoroshi sake and the flaming number one special of crab salad and avocado wrapped in Hiramasa kingfish. Move onto salmon carpaccio and creamy mushroom soup before trying a Japanese favourite, okonomiyaki with seafood and tonkatsu sauce. Groupies enjoy a spicy seafood salad before cleansing the palate with lemon sorbet. Finish off the experience with Alaskan crab, steamed and grilled to accentuate its sweetness and flamed lobster motoyaki, broiled on the teppan. End on a sweet note with crepe Suzette, flambéed with Grand Marnier.
Kobe Jones Wharf Teppanyaki
Situated at King Street Wharf in the heart of Darling Harbour, Kobe Jones Wharf Teppanyaki serves up fresh food prepared on traditional Japanese Teppan grills. The restaurant offers both indoor and outdoor dining areas, with views of the Teppan grill inside and views of Sydney’s iconic waterways outside. Featuring 12 cooking stations and seating for up to 46 people, Wharf Teppanyaki boasts the largest Teppanyaki table in Sydney, making it a great place for special occasions or business lunches.
Wharf Teppanyaki by Kobe Jones
21 Lime Street