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East Shinsaibashi “Teppanyaki HASU”

East Shinsaibashi “Teppanyaki HASU”

Eating excellent A5 grade Japanese black beef at a restaurant hidden on a back alley!

I had dinner at “Teppanyaki HASU”, a teppanyaki restaurant in Higashi-shinsaibashi.
Starting with A5 grade Japanese black beef steaks, it is a restaurant where you can eat various teppanyaki dishes.
They have both a la carte and course menus, and today I had the “Hasu Course” (¥8,500)!

“Appetizer Platter”
An assortment of seared beef, fresh fish carpaccio, caprese, quiche, and ratatouille!

(゚Д゚)Yummy!(゚Д゚)Yummy!

Each of them are the real flavor!

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“Seasonal Salad”

Fresh crispy vegetables.

(゚Д゚)Yummy!(゚Д゚)Yummy!

Draft beer

(゚Д゚)Puha-!

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“Today’s Recommended Seafood”
Today was teppanyaki oysters!

(゚Д゚)Yummy!(゚Д゚)Yummy!

Deeelicious!!
It is full of the rich taste of oysters!

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“Corn Soup”

Nice and thick.

(゚Д゚)Yummy!(゚Д゚)Yummy!

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“Carefully Picked Grilled Vegetables” (photo shows a serving for two)
These carefully selected vegetables are organic!

(゚Д゚)Yummy!(゚Д゚)Yummy!

They were all very nice and good!

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White wine

(゚Д゚)Puha-!

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They showed me the meat of the A5 grade Japanese black beef that will be the main dish.
The top photo is fillet, and the bottom photo is sirloin.

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With the course, you choose either the fillet or the sirloin, and they then cook each portion per person.

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Fillet with wasabi soy sauce…

(゚Д゚)Yummy!(゚Д゚)Yummy!

Deeelicious!!
The meat is very tender, wonderfully juicy, and good tasting!

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Having the sirloin with salt!

(゚Д゚)Yummy!(゚Д゚)Yummy!

The juices of the meat are surprisingly good!

Red wine

(゚Д゚)Puha-!

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Since a teppanyaki dish was included, I also got “okonomiyaki” savory pancakes.
The serving is beautiful, isn’t it 〜(^^

(゚Д゚)Yummy!(゚Д゚)Yummy!

Plump and fluffy!

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Because I was still able to eat a bit more, I paid extra for some “yakisoba” noodles (¥1,050).

(゚Д゚)Yummy!(゚Д゚)Yummy!

The thick noodles were soft and sticky!

I had ice cream for dessert, and I was full and completely satisfied.

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They have various attractive menus.

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This is like a hidden restaurant, and it is located on a back alley in Higashi-shinsaibashi.
Since on the first floor you can sit on a seat at the elegant counter and watch as they cook right in front of your eyes, you can enjoy the ambiance. Or on the second floor, you can sit on the tatami mat floor in a Japanese-style room that has a completely different feeling.
Since they do not just have course menus, you can also order one dish only from the a la carte menu and enjoy it while drinking some wine. It seems like this is a restaurant that you can freely come to.

Information

store Teppanyaki HASU
tel 06-6212-1900
address Tamaya center 1F, 2-5-7, Higashishinsaibashi, Chuo-ku Osaka-shi, Osaka
Google Map
transport 418m from Nagahoribashi Station
opening hours 17:00~27:00
holiday Sunday and National holidays
http://emunodinner.com/2246
Original(Written in Japanese)

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M-saburo
M-saburo

Trying out foods for 20 years. In pursuit of "good value", "bargain price", and "make you happy" lunch, has tried about 10,000 shops. Opened a blog, "M's lunch", in May 2005. On average the blog gets 70,000 daily views. Published "M's lunch: Kansai's BEST 100" by Kodansha in 2009. With the theme of "The charismatic blogger speaks: What do trending shops have in common?", has lectured many times at the local chamber of commerce. Regularly appears in Kansai TV's program "Yo-i Don!", and presents "Good Value Lunch".

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