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10 Best Teppanyaki in Sydney [2024]

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Teppanyaki Sydney

Best Teppanyaki Sydney
Best Teppanyaki Sydney

Looking for the best teppanyaki Sydney? Look no further! We have compiled a list of the 20 best teppanyaki Sydney restaurants for you to check out. Whether you are looking for a romantic night out or an evening with family and friends, teppanyaki Sydney is sure to please. So what are you waiting for? Start planning your next night out at one of these amazing restaurants!

1) Ichioku

Key ServiceWith big teppanyaki tables
Address467 King Street Newtown, Sydney, 2042
Phone(02) 9557 5599
Operating HoursDaily 5:30–10:30PM

Looking for a delicious teppanyaki experience in Sydney? Look no further than Ichimoku on King Street. This restaurant has been serving the Newtown community for generations, and offers a seasonal menu to keep things fresh. You can expect tons of food being thrown at you from all directions by the friendly (but fierce) staff – it’s all part of the fun! Just like Japan itself, you’ll leave Ichimoku feeling full, happy, and with some great memories to cherish.

Key Differentiators:

  • Big servings
  • Bright, lively restaurant
  • A la carte options

Customer’s Review:

We came here for my mom’s farewell. Everyone had a great time with the games – they had us catching bowls, eggs, and rice and the skilful chefs were so entertaining! Great fun for the whole family. The food was fresh, delicious and generous servings too.


2) I Chi Ban

Key ServiceAffordable teppanyaki
Address355 Sussex Street
Haymarket, NSW 2000
Operating HoursMonday: Closed
Tuesday – Friday:
Dinner: 5:30pm to 9:30pm (last order at 8:30pm)
Saturday – Sunday:
Lunch: Booking Only
Dinner: 5:00pm to 9:30pm (last order at 8:30pm)

I Chi Ban might not look like much from the outside, but this unassuming Japanese restaurant has been delighting locals with its teppanyaki for over 15 years. If you’re planning a visit, ditch any expectations of fine dining and prepare for an authentic, no-frills experience – we don’t think the decor has changed since it opened! For the best value, go with the set menu.

Key Differentiators:

  • Long-standing restaurant
  • Authentic Japanese decor and cuisine
  • Casual venue with exposed-brick walls

Customer’s Review:

Fun experience, they do actually feed you before throwing the food at you so it’s a good feed and you have a lot of fun!

Anthea Catopodis

3) Fujiya Teppanyaki

Key ServiceAll-you-can-eat teppanyaki for a fixed price
AddressGround Floor, Ground Floor/785 Pacific Hwy, Gordon NSW 2072, Australia
Phone+61 2 9880 2388
Operating HoursTues to Sun 5–10:30PM

A teppanyaki restaurant with a difference, Fujiya offers an all-you-can-eat option for just $39 per person. That’s right – you can order as much teppanyaki Sydney as you like and the price doesn’t change! This is the perfect place to visit if you’re ravenous, or if you just can’t get enough of this delicious Japanese cuisine.

Key Differentiators:

  • Fun and festive atmosphere
  • With chefs grilling Japanese food in the middle 
  • Huge servings

Customer’s Review:

A very generous portion of food cooked to perfection, fun and entertaining chef.

Nancy Kabbout

4) Kyoto Teppanyaki Japanese Restaurant

Key ServiceGenerous servings of food
AddressShop B2, Carlingford Village Shopping Centre
372 Pennant Hills Road, Carlingford NSW 2118
Phone(02) 9871 0377
Operating HoursDaily 6–10:30PM

If you’re looking for good teppanyaki without any bells and whistles, then we recommend Kyoto Teppanyaki Japanese Restaurant. They have four set menus to choose from, with prices ranging from $20-$45 depending on your appetite. Each menu comes with a variety of veggies and meat, as well as the best part- ice cream!

Key Differentiators:

  • 4 set teppanyaki menus to choose from
  • Decent food, excellent chef
  • Inexpensive

Customer’s Review:

Definitely a great experience here. I went here for my birthday with my partner and it was fun. The food here is great.


5) Jugemu and Shimbashi

Key ServiceSpecialising in teppanyaki and handmade soba noodles
Address246 Military Rd, Neutral Bay NSW 2089
Operating HoursLunch: Tue/Wed/Fri/Sat
Dinner: 6 nights Tue-Sun

Jugemu and Shimbashi isn’t your average teppanyaki restaurant—you can also get traditional soba noodles, made with buckwheat. This means that you’ll find all of your favourite teppanyaki dishes, as well as some of the best noodles in town. On the other hand, if you go to the teppanyaki side of the restaurant, you’ll be transported into a world of sizzling meats and impressive chefs.

Key Differentiators:

  • Very friendly service
  • Warmly lit restaurant
  • With wooden features

Customer’s Review:

Wonderful staff and food. The soba. Loved the matcha snowball! Will definitely come back. Do make a booking early since you may miss out if you don’t have one.

Wilson Yeung

6) Osaka Teppanyaki

Key ServiceLarge dining area and an open kitchen
Address38 Albany St, St Leonards NSW 2065, Australia
Phone+61 2 9437 3066
Operating HoursMonday 5–9PM
Tuesday 5–9PM
Wednesday 5–9PM
Thursday 5–9PM
Friday 5–10PM
Saturday 5–10PM
Sunday 5–9PM

With 100 seats, Osaka Teppanyaki is the perfect place to host your next party or function! The expansive restaurant offers some of the best teppanyaki in Sydney. So if you’re looking for something fun, delicious and unique, look no further than Osaka Teppanyaki!

Key Differentiators:

  • Affordable options
  • Excellent customer service
  • Licensed, traditional Japanese teppanyaki restaurant

Customer’s Review:

Thank you, Chef Steven. You gave us such a memorable experience with the Teppanyaki. Food price is affordable and customer service is good. Highly recommend it for family reunions and friends get together.

Steven Zhang

7) Asahi Teppanyaki

Key ServiceGenerous set menus
Address459 King Georges Rd, Beverly Hills, NSW, 2209
Phone(02) 9579 1666
Operating HoursMON, TUE : CLOSED
WED, THU : 5pm – 10pm
FRI, SAT : 5pm – 11pm
SUN : 5pm – 10pm

Asahi is a one-of-a-kind family teppanyaki restaurant in Sydney’s South West that offers something for everyone. They have a wide variety of seafood, red meat, and cocktails available, so you’re sure to find something you love. The set menu is a great way to try a little bit of everything and get an idea of what this cuisine is all about!

Key Differentiators:

  • Variety of seafood and meats
  • Casual Japanese eatery
  • With paper screens & chefs cooking theatrically on tabletop grills

Customer’s Review:

We had the most amazing, fun night here! The food was delicious, great cocktails and lovely, helpful staff. I’ve already recommended it to many of my friends and I will definitely return.

Marissa Anthony

8) Daikoku Teppanyaki Restaurant

Key Service4 teppanyaki set menus
Address88Majors, Bay Road, Concord NSW 2137, Australia
Phone(02) 8283 4664
Operating HoursMon: Closed
Tue: 5:30 – 9:00 PM
Wed: 5:30 – 9:00 PM
Thu: 5:30 – 9:00 PM
Fri: 5:30 – 9:00 PM
Sat: 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 5:30 – 9:00 PM
Sun: 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 5:30 – 9:00 PM

Daikoku Teppanyaki Restaurant in Concord, Sydney offers truly authentic teppanyaki. Dining here means you’ll get an intimate look into how your food is prepared. Our amazing chefs will make sure you have a great time, and our four-set menus range from $45 to $105 for something more substantial. We also have a menu for the little ones at only $35.

Key Differentiators:

  • Affordable children’s menu
  • Unique experience watching the chef cook
  • Great for groups and functions

Customer’s Review:

I’m not a teppanyaki fan, but this place made me love it. The chef was fantastic, the food was delicious and it was great value for money.

Ivan Kirk

9) Hisshou

Key ServiceConvivial joint executing traditional teppanyaki
Address752 George Street, Sydney, NSW 2000
Phone02 9211 1234
Operating HoursUNCH: Mon – Fri 11:30pm – 3pm (By Booking Only)
Sat 12am – 3:30pm
DINNER: Mon-Sat 5:30pm – 11:00pm
Sun 5:00pm – 10:30pm

Hisshou has over two decades of experience with Japanese teppanyaki, making it one of the premier locations for this cuisine in Sydney. Central to the city, this restaurant sticks to tradition by providing all of the fun features you remember from childhood visits to other local teppanyaki places. We’re talking things like having your name written in salt and watching the chef flip a bottle of teriyaki sauce around- what else could you possibly want?

Key Differentiators:

  • Decades of experience in Teppanyaki
  • Focuses on traditional teppanyaki entertainment
  • Great for groups

Customer’s Review:

Been to many Teppanyaki restaurants, and I would highly recommend this place over others. If there’s an option for 10 stars I would rate it. Had the opportunity to try Zissou for my recent surprise birthday dinner. Not only the food was perfectly cooked, but the staff were also all friendly, fast attentive service and super entertaining!

Mcl Loefti

10) The Rocks Teppanyaki

Key ServiceFocuses on Wagyu Beef for teppanyaki
Address176 Cumberland St, The Rocks NSW 2000, Australia
Phone+61 2 9251 5430
Operating HoursDaily 12–3PM, 5–9:30PM

Tucked away in one of Sydney’s most historic districts, The Rocks Teppanyaki restaurant shows that incredible eats taste even better when shared in a beautiful setting. This establishment is especially devoted to Wagyu beef and only uses the finest ingredients. For example, they use Japanese Grade 5 Wagyu, which is considered some of the best meat in the world. In addition to this top-of-the-line product, The Rocks Teppanyaki chefs also go above and beyond by sourcing Australian Fullblood Wagyu Tenderloin for their diners’ enjoyment.

Key Differentiators:

  • Ultra-serious about their passion for Wagyu Beef
  • Dedicated chefs
  • Scoured Australia for the best beef

Customer’s Review:

Premium choice of restaurant for a teppanyaki show and meal with meat and seafood options available – a la carte or try a set course meal for something more special. The teppanyaki chefs are friendly and if you’re keen you can interact with them more or just sit back and watch their culinary displays as they prepare your food in front of you complete with fire tricks.


Teppanyaki Sydney

If you’re looking for an amazing teppanyaki Sydney experience, you’ll want to check out one of these top 20 spots. Daikoku Teppanyaki Restaurant, Hisshou, The Rocks Teppanyaki and Zissou are all highly-rated establishments that will provide you with a night (or afternoon) to remember. With delicious food, friendly staff and entertaining chefs, these teppanyaki Sydney restaurants will leave you wanting more!

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Rachel Tan is the editor at FunEmpire Media Australia. She has over 8 years of experience in the media industry discovering the best local businesses, places and things to do in Australia. From lifestyle, entertainment, food, travel, education and more, Rachel is a trusted source to curate the very best Australia has to offer.