This is a our second visit in past couple of months and on each occasion the service, food and whole experience has been very enjoyable - very fresh ingredients. This time my partner and I chose different set menu - one primarily seafood and the other primarily beef - we then shared - this resulted in us getting a really good balance of very tasty treats from the Teppanyaki grill - sake is also very good and reasonably priced.
Great food and service
Expensive but very much worth it. Excellent quality of produce and very tasty.
Food and service are very good
Just a great Place to go for a Special Dinner. Never a dull moment !!
No special comment. Excellent services.
It was a nice team lunch on Friday. Good value for money.
Great Food and service! Very Expensive though!!!
Website offered a menu special which wasn’t honoured when we turned up
The only thing i dont like is the room does not have open air, so it quite smell.
Great evening and yummy food.
Good quality of food and presentation
Prices for sets are not the same with what's displayed at entrance. Miso soup and rice were only served after we finished the main course. Service should definitely be better.
Have been before but this time didn't enjoy the meal as much. Waygu beef roll wasn't as tender or "melted in your mouth" as previously had!
Good group venue
It lacks professionalism.
it was very quiet on a tuesday night and the food was overpriced.
Enjoyed the teppanyaki, will definitely recommend.
176 Cumberland Street, 2000, The Rocks, Australia
Located in the heart of The Rocks, only a short stroll from Sydney CBD and Circular Quay, The Rocks Teppanyaki combines traditional Japanese cuisine with the freshness of Australian prime produce.
The Rocks Teppanyaki restaurant features a teppan grill in each of our intimate dining rooms. The cocktail bar and lounge is perfect for before or after dinner drinks.
Built in the 1880s, the heritage listed building was formerly one of the oldest open air butchers in Sydney. While no structural changes have been made since 1901, this butchery turned residence now houses The Rocks Teppanyaki restaurant.
Opened in 1992, The Rocks Teppanyaki delivers a sophisticated, elegant and indulgent dining experience.
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