Sakae Teppanyaki @ AutoCity Juru

From the people who brought us Sakae Sushi, they now have a specialized teppanyaki outlet – Sakae Teppanyaki at AutoCity Juru which has been opened for a few months.

Sakae Teppanyaki

Sakae Teppanyaki is now our current favourite dining place if we happen to be in the Juru area. My fascination with teppanyaki began at a young age, due to one particular Cantonese movie which featured the lead actor as a chef in a teppanyaki restaurant. I do not remember who the lead actor was, nor the name of that movie. But the sizzle of the food being skillfully cooked right in front of your eyes left a deep impression in me.

And so I was more than delighted to find another teppanyaki outlet in Penang! Sakae Teppanyaki offers set meals which comes with a refreshing salad with a tangy dressing and rice.

Sakae Teppanyaki salad

For an additional RM3 you can opt to have Garlic Brown Rice…

Sakae Teppanyaki Garlic Brown Rice

I do find that the set has a bit too much food for just myself alone, so we usually share.

Watching the chef in action is part of the fun… as he whips out portion after portion of piping hot food…

Sakae Teppanyaki chef in action!

We’ve tried a variety of meats including the salmon, squid, chicken and beef.

Sakae Teppanyaki salmon

The salmon is a cooked just right. 🙂 While the squid is excellent!

Sakae Teppanyaki Squid

Recently we also tried their lobster set.  There was a slight confusion when we ordered the lobster set (which was RM90/set if I’m not mistaken). It states in the menu that you have to order a minimum of 2 sets,  because one set consists of half a lobster, including some other meat items. So, we ordered 2 sets and were presented with this…

Sakae Teppanyaki Lobster

And finally, after all the meats, came the stir fried veggie. Some sets come with stir fry assorted mushrooms which I also love!

Sakae Teppanyaki veggie

Sakae Teppanyaki also offers ala carte items if you don’t fancy the set. Overall I would say this place offers good food at affordable prices. Business hours are Mon-Thurs 11.30am-10pm,  Fri-Sun & Eve of Public Holidays 11.30am-11pm.

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23 Comments

  1. Used to have teppanyaki at the shop in Tanjung Tokong only. Now we get to savour all this food of this new outlet that you recommended. The lobster set looks inviting…

  2. BBO – i guess the restaurant’s trying to provide a healthier alternative by using brown rice…but since its fried..its still a bit oily 😛

    lots of craving – i think this is the first outlet of its kind. shall go ask the manager in charge if they have an outlet in KL the next time i visit!

    email2me – hey no problem! i also didnt know there was a sakae sushi outlet in the curve…somehow never noticed it!

    what2see – i used to have teppanyaki at Kampachi in equatorial hotel too..but havent gone there for a very long time….

    kenny mah – yes! i am all for performance cuisine! but of course it has to taste as good as it looks! 😛

  3. after you had your meal, do you feels like you are a giant piece of walking butter? 😀 If the ventilation are bad, there goes …… Butterzilla…. lol

  4. Huat Koay and Tham Ciak keep on bugging me to go together with them.. ask me to pay for the bill (as I got extra income from EUro 2008) 😛

    so hor….. how ler?

    The food is so tempting and my wallet is so tight…

    hmm….. ok la… my tummy make the call…

    GO to CIAK LA… $$$ think later la…

  5. penangtuapui – hehe go lar!! eat first! plus if you dont order the lobster set, its pretty affordable, about rm25 onwards per set.

    MyF – yeah im all for good japanese restaurants! here here! 🙂

    Criz – hi there! yes you should get together a group of friends and make it a ‘road trip’ to autocity. 🙂 lots of places to eat.

    andrew – hi! oh looking forward to your review about tsuruya.. 🙂

  6. little inbox – i’ve heard really good things about chicago steak house. looking forward to trying it one day!

    buzzing bee – i love visiting autocity. its a really nice place! hope you’ll like sakae teppanyaki. 🙂

    nkotb – oh you must give this place a try! i think you will like it 🙂

  7. email2me – heehee! butterzilla! lol. the vent’s ok.
    definitely got some butterzilla smell one… that’s the only thing i dont like about places like this and BBQ places… walking butterzilla! 😛

  8. Since im a malay, im curious does they serve port or not? If not, i would like to give a try….

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