Kobe beef, a type of Wagyu, is a globally sought after delicacy valued for its flavour, tenderness, and fatty, well-marbled texture. Up until recently, there were no Aussie ‘Kobe beef’ restaurants, but after a gruelling process, Samurai Teppanyaki House on King William Road made the cut, becoming the first Australian restaurant allowed to feature the world’s best beef on its menu.
Accreditation is a great honour and Samurai Teppanyaki House joined an exclusive list of globally-esteemed restaurants that received registration from the Kobe Beef Distribution and Promotion Council, allowing them to access and serve the prized ingredient.
So exclusive is Kobe beef, the meat comes with its own certificate of authenticity, and the lineage of each individual Tajima cattle (where the beef is sourced) can be traced back to their origins in the 1800s.
Samurai Teppanyaki House have their 8th birthday this October, so of course, they are celebrating by serving up some of their exclusive Kobe beef dishes, alongside some premium Pure Breed Australian Wagyu beef, and other amazing dishes.
Guests on the night will enjoy the following menu:
– Selection of Sashimi plater
– Tempura Softshell Crab
– Teppanyaki Toothfish
– Teppanyaki Moreton Bay Bugs
– Wagyu Beef Battle: Kobe Beef vs Pure Breed Australian Wagyu
– Assorted Seasonal Vegetables
– Wagyu Fried Rice and Miso Soup
Only 30 tickets will be made available to this exclusive event.
When: October 10th, 2020
Where: 116 King William Rd, Hyde Park, 5034
Dress Code: Smart Casual
Tickets are priced at $288 per person for the 9 courses, or $368 with matched Dowie Doole wines.