Reservation for Teppanyaki Southern Gotanda in Tokyo

updated: May 26th, 2024

Experience teppanyaki at Teppanyaki Southern, located in Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo. Enjoy the flavors of abalone and Ise lobster, expertly cooked right before your eyes. A perfect place for couples and families to have a special and enjoyable time.

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    "Teppanyaki Southern" is a restaurant located in Nishi-Gotanda, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo.
     It is just a 5-minute walk from JR Gotanda Station's west exit.
     The restaurant has both counter seats and table seats, with a capacity of 20 seats.
    The interior of the restaurant is new and clean, and there is no lingering smell.
     They offer various drinks such as beer, sparkling wine, red wine, and white wine.
     All the dishes served were delicious, especially the salad, sazae (turbo shell), abalone, fillet steak, and garlic rice.
    The lunch menu starts from 3,500 yen, and you can add Ise lobster to the special lunch for 6,000 yen.
     The taste and cost performance of the food are excellent, but more than that, the ambiance of the restaurant and the staff's service are outstanding.
    At this restaurant, you can enjoy teppanyaki.
     Ingredients such as abalone and Ise lobster are taken out from the fish tank and cooked right away.
     You can appreciate the essence of teppanyaki, which is to enjoy with your eyes.
     The chefs also pay great attention to the ingredients and cook them carefully.
     The tenderness and flavor of the meat, in particular, are exceptional.
     At the counter seats, you can also observe the cooking process right in front of you.
    "Teppanyaki Southern" is a recommended restaurant in the Gotanda area if you want to have a special and enjoyable time.
     The ambiance of the restaurant is calm, making it suitable for couples and families.
    Please visit this restaurant at least once!


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