King Williams Street will soon be getting its own slice of Japan, with new teppanyaki restaurant K L Teppanyaki opening its doors in just over a month.
By combining traditional Japanese teppanyaki experience with French sensibility, owners Kai Wong and Paul Seng are striving to bring a new type of culinary experience to Adelaide. Mixing the flavour of Japan with the beauty of refined French plating.
With the art of teppanyaki being fine tuned for decades since its post WWII origins, we’re expecting the menu to feature favourites such as beef, chicken, seafood, okonomiyaka, and monjayaki, all cooked tenderly on a traditional griddle plate.
Kai and Paul are prizing quality in their produce which would normally indicate that the average punter will leave light in the pocket, however K L Teppenyaki is set to be quite affordable.
“We want to offer high end restaurant style teppanyaki with affordable pricing.” says Kai.
K L Teppanyaki’s bar will also host a range of Japanese beer, whisky, and sake, alongside some of the best locally sourced wine and beer. In theme with the continuing rise of the Japanese whisky and spirits scene.
While the K L Teppanyaki team is keeping the big reveal close to their chests with no social media pages, websites, or images of the space released publicly yet, we’ll keep you updated about progress.
K L Teppanyaki is due to open in six weeks at 21 King Williams Street, Adelaide CBD.