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Seriously good staff here providing excellent service. Location is great and the menu is extensive.
Menu hasn't changed in years. Very expensive for what you get.
all good, happy with service and food
Always great food
The food is okay.
Didn't realise time restriction apply when make the booking. Only allow 2 to 2.5 hours maxium ... considering too rush for Teppanyaki.
Food is good but flavours are not that spectacular. Not expecting a Nobu standard but we had much better valued teppanyaki elsewhere w similar standard.
Food was great and the presentation terrific
good restaurant, seafood is really nice. wagyu beef is not that good
Food is really good. It's always cooked very well and the chefs are clearly very experienced. The one thing that always annoys me is that it's very expensive. If you want to add extra meat/seafood to your set menu, it is a minimum of $30 extra (and that's just for extra chicken - if you want extra beef you're looking at $50-60). The best time is to go is Sunday-Thursday for the dinner special ($39 per person)
The quality of food was regretfully disappointing. The Crab meat was on the soggy side and the taste of the beef wasn’t up to expectations by a far shot (tasted bloody). Service was okay but slow with it taking 3 hours to get through the menu.
Very good services, great
This is truely a good restaurant for teppanyaki. The food was amazingly delicious: wagyu beef and seafood very tender and fresh, the vegetables were well flavoured. The dessert was of French crepe style, very delightful! The restaurant was quite and good for conversation. One side of the restaurant can overlook the Darling Harbour. The only downside was that the seats are placed quite close to each other; thus, the seating spaces were a bit tight.
great place to bring overseas friends there
The chefs were fantastic! It’s a pity one of the wait staff was a bit snooty. None the less the food was fantastic and ultimately that’s what I was there for.
The wagyu beef was melt in your mouth
Service was a little getting our food cooked. I think this was partly because only one in our party ordered a set menu and 3 of us ordered al acart. One of our party ordered the wygu beef (220g) which was two steaks and could easily have been shared. Best Teppanyaki we have ever had. My grandson wants to go back tonight!
Beautiful views, sea food very fresh
It’s was a good experience, foods was amazing
21 Lime Street, 2000, Sydney (NSW), Australia
A flamin’ night out!
Get ready for a Teppanyaki eating experience unlike any other. Wharf Teppanyaki brings drama and theatrics to the table as chefs whip up freshly grilled food on one of the twelve cooking stations, right in front of your very eyes. It’s a show of fire and skill at this open plan eatery. Located on King Street Wharf, with stunning water views and a sumptuously decorated interior, this really is a truly unique teppanyaki dining destination. As you enter the room, your eyes will be drawn upwards to the stainless steel ventilation hood that spans the entire room - but don’t question its presence, you’ll be thankful post meal when you don’t leave the wharf all smoky and smelling of food. For a night out with friends, date night, or just something different, Wharf Teppanyaki ticks all the boxes.
Best dish: No. 1 Special - a crab salad, avocado and Hiramasa kingfish roll smothered in 'secret sauce' .
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