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For those adventurous into the world of authentic Teppanyaki style restaurant experiences, Chibo is a top-notch choice. Teppanyaki, a style of seating in which the guests eat around a large grill the chef cooks upon, is a popular choice of dining in Japan, and unique to the country. While there is a variety of food offered by most Teppanyaki restaurants, Chibo specialises in okonomiyaki. Okonomiyaki is often described as a “japanese pancake” but that’s really not the case, as it’s more of a cross between a crepe and warm griddle bread.

The okonomyaki found at Chibo’s is made up of a variety of flours, from wheat to sweet potato, and is poured right onto the Teppanyaki grill. When finished, the chef pours on a mayonnaise sauce, a plum sauce, and dried bonito flakes to compliment the cake and whisks it off to the guest. Chibo’s own signature okonomiyaki is served with scallops and prawns, for those who can’t get enough seafood.

Interested in something a bit less traditional? Chibo offers other Teppanyaki dishes, like yakisoba, steak, and chicken. You can get a garlic sauteed chicken, or go with a sweet teriyaki instead if the mood suits you. No matter what you choose, watching the chef fry and grill right before your very eyes is something everyone should try at least once, especially with a restaurant as high quality and calibur as Chibo.
There are many Chibo restaurants across Japan and you can also find them in Hawaii.

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