Choose Between Two Options
- C$65 for an 11-course teppanyaki meal for two (C$137.35 total value)
- C$125 for an 11-course teppanyaki meal for four (C$274.70 total value)
Each pair will receive the following:
- Two seasonal-greens salads ($3 value)
- Two lobster miso soups ($7 value)
- Two deluxe fried vegetables ($9.50 value)
- Two orders of beef fried rice ($7 value)
- Four pieces of thinly sliced ribeye usuyaki ($9.60 value)
- One AAA beef tenderloin to share ($12.50 value)
- One salmon steak to share ($7.50 value)
- Six prawns ($9.75 value)
- One jumbo scallop to share ($9.50 value)
- One whole Atlantic lobster to share ($55 value)
- Two gelatos ($7 value)
Meals are prepared before diners atop a traditional, stainless-steel teppanyaki grill.
Gyu King Teppanyaki
Gyu King Teppanyaki's seasoned chefs tap into a rich 200-year-old tradition with their stir-fry-slinging teppanyaki technique. Chefs sear, simmer, and slice main dishes on an expansive steel teppan grill that can seat up to 20 diners around its perimeter to watch shrimp execute backflips and chicken glide through a ballroom waltz at the hands of each talented chef.
Seafood, game, and vegetables cook one at a time at a leisurely pace while peppered with only basic seasonings such as soy sauce and vinegar, fostering a relaxed communal atmosphere among the audience of diners. Guests dine and enjoy the show ensconced in red walls, recessed lighting, and modern Japanese decor, free from the anti-open-flame regulations of traditional theatrical performances.