Updated on 10 August 2022
The true origins of teppanyaki may be lost to history, but this style of cuisine, which was introduced to Taiwan from Japan in the 1970s is now ubiquitous and beloved in Taiwan’s streets, night markets, and restaurant scene. Our inspectors have selected several teppanyaki establishments in the MICHELIN Guide Taipei & Taichung that allow diners to experience the charm of having front row seats to the multi-sensory cooking process.
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This article was written by MICHELIN Guide Taipei & Taichung and translated by Rachel Tan. The original article can be viewed here.
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