Day 15: Kobe Haborland
As I mentioned in my previous blog that Kobe beef is one of the best and also most popular beef among Japan. It is renown for its flavour and its well-marbled texture. The meat is very juicy and tender, especially when it done in medium-rare.
We really like to savor this famous beef here while we were in Kobe. So, we asked the lady in the information desk and she suggested this teppanyaki restaurant, Teppan Zensou, in one of the most luxury hotel in Kobe called Hotel Crown Palais. Ehm.... why not, we already arrive here anyway far away from home. As we are really willing to try this precious why don't we go for the best.
Here in Teppan Zensou, we have a private chef cook teppan right in front of us with the premium ingredients served also panoramic view from the huge glass window, what a truly extraordinary way to enjoying teppanyaki.
There are a few set courses available to choose and we went for the 15,000¥. The menu consists of two seafood appetisers, salad, Teppanyaki of Kobe beef, garlic rice with miso soup and pickles, and finally dessert platter.
|a glass of coke (drink is not included)|
|King Fish Carpaccio|
|Scallops and Prawns|
|Marvellous Kobe Beef|
I love my medium rare meat and the chef cooked this piece of heave perfectly. The meat was fatty and tender, as you can see from how many layers of marble in that Kobe beef. It is even pleasant to enjoy it just as it is or with slightly touch of salt as their natural taste will shine.
|Natural salt from different region in Japan|
The chef use this fatty part of the beef to slightly charred and mix with those garlic rice. What a great way to enjoy fried rice. It totally bring that boring fried rice to a better level.
Sadly they didn't complete our night with a great dessert otherwise their food will get 10 out of 10 from me. Well, overall it was a great and extraordinary experience in eating teppanyaki for us.
Level 17, Hotel Crown Palais, Kobe
From 5pm - 9pm (last order 8pm)
Stay tuned for the next blog still in Japan:
Day 16: Universal Studio, Osaka