Tourism Malaysia

Taroko Teppanyaki ?????? at Taman Sutera Utama, Skudai

Taroko Teppanyaki ?????? (N1.51433 E103.66898) is located along Jalan Sutera Tanjung 8/2 of Taman Sutera Utama (????, Skudai, Johor Bahru. The restaurant is easy to notice because it’s just below the Suan Bee Hotel (budget), the Bangkok Village is next to it and they are having the same management.

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The dining area was comfort and there are indoor area with air-conditional and outdoor area, which are sharing between the 2 restaurant. We visited the restaurant on Tuesday evening and the crowd was moderate…

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Before our dinenr start, I was really enjoyed the making of the Teppanyaki dishes with the ‘kin-kin…kiang-kiang’ sound generated by the rough iron plate…
They are also the ‘First’ and ‘Only’ Teppanyaki Restaurant out of the Japanese Restaurant in Johor Bahru.

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Some customer may feel annoy by the sound generated from the Teppanyaki, but it was a nice entertainment for me and I like to watch the whole process of the food preparation. 🙂

The Taroko Teppanyaki restaurant has many different type of beef and
that was the reason we wanted to try out the Beef Teppanyaki on that

The dishes we had…
1)  Signature Seafood Fried Rice
2)  Mixed Seafood Set B (Cod fish, scallop and tiger prawns)
3)  Authentic Thai Seafood Tomyam
4)  Portuguese Baked Fish
5)  New Zealand Sliced Beef
6)  Aussie Angus Sirloin Beef
7)  Aussie Angus Striploin Beef
8)  Teppanyaki Shitake Mushroom
9)  Aussie Wagyu Beef

*  The above dishes were for 14 persons

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The seafood fried rice was special and it had a unique taste compare with the ordinary fried rice available in JB. It served with plenty of seafood and it was worth for the price of RM7.90 each.

Most of their Ala Carte dishes are served with the green vegetables and bean sprout. Let me show you the making of the Mixed Seafood Set B, served with cod fish, scallop and 2 tiger prawn.

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And here come the seafoods…

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All seafood and other dishes were fried on the Teppayaki with the original taste. The cook only added some pepper and little oil on it…
Before the seafoods ready, the vege and the bean sprout were stand-by by the side…

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Once everything is ready, it had a Nice presentation on the Mixed Seafood Set.
The procedure was repeated for every Ala Carte dishes…

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The Mixed Seafood set was definitely worth of the price – RM38.90.

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The Thai Tomyam was served on bubbling broth and different from the diluted version that easily available in JB. It had a Nice aroma with the rich tomyam flavor.

The above dishes also accompany by a Portuguese Style Baked Fish. It was unexpected tasty!
I had the first Portuguese Baked Fish was at the Portuguese Seafood Village at Malacca, and I wanted to try the taste out of Malacca and finally I found it here!

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The Aussie Angus Sirloin Beef

The process…

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Cut into cube size…

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And last…

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Another view of the Aussie Angus Sirloin Beef(without the green vege and bean sprout)

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The Aussie Angus Striploin Beef

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After few nice beef Teppanyaki, let’s have a Fried Teppanyaki Shitake Mushroom.

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That was a Nice Mushroom!

The last will be everyone was waiting for…The Aussie Wagyu Beef.

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The Aussie Wagyu finished on our table in less than 5 minutes! That was a Delicoius Wagyu Beef! We all like it very much! With the price of only RM88.90 (200g).

Except the New Zealand Sliced Beef was served well done, because it was too thin but all the Angus and Wagyu beef were served in the Medium or Medium rare doneness. Luckily the Wagyu was served on the last dish, otherwise I believe everyone will not interested on others dishes anymore! Haha!

Our Beef and Wine party last for about 4 hours and everyone was very satisfied with the dishes from Taroko Teppanyaki. They are good for the beef and even other dishes like seafood and their 5 types of fried rice.Worth for another visit!

Do try out if you happen at the Sutera Utama area or after your shopping from the Sutera Mall, you might like the different method of fried dishes. Especially for the beef lover!

We will definitely back for the Teppanyaki again!

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