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Any word on Takumi Tei?

Richie248

Active Member
I was hoping it would have been open for my trip last week (obviously wasn't). This is one restaurant that I was hoping to try. Hoping we get some news over the next month or so.
 

JohnD

Well-Known Member
I was hoping it would have been open for my trip last week (obviously wasn't). This is one restaurant that I was hoping to try. Hoping we get some news over the next month or so.

When I last went, I really enjoyed Teppan Edo -- both the show of the food being prepared at the table and the food itself. You won't be disappointed.
 

Figgy1

Premium Member
When I last went, I really enjoyed Teppan Edo -- both the show of the food being prepared at the table and the food itself. You won't be disappointed.
Has it improved? Last time I was there is was ok good show decent food but not great. I also live near an excellent place so I may be a bit picky compared to those who are not as lucky
 

JohnD

Well-Known Member
Has it improved? Last time I was there is was ok good show decent food but not great. I also live near an excellent place so I may be a bit picky compared to those who are not as lucky
I wouldn’t know. It was my first time and I enjoyed it. I went to a local Japanese restaurant recently for the same experience (because of Teppan Edo) and it was just as good.
 

danyoung56

Well-Known Member
Remember that Teppan Edo is a different restaurant than Takumi Tei. Teppan Edo is like Benihana, where you sit around a grill and watch the chef prepare your food. Takumi Tei is a more elegant sit down place - it seems a bit too highbrow for me.
 

jaklgreen

Well-Known Member
Remember that Teppan Edo is a different restaurant than Takumi Tei. Teppan Edo is like Benihana, where you sit around a grill and watch the chef prepare your food. Takumi Tei is a more elegant sit down place - it seems a bit too highbrow for me.
Ha, you sound like my husband. Anything "fancy" makes him uncomfortable. Plus he is a meat and potatoes type of guy. But, I raised 2 foodie daughters that would be happy to go with me. We had planned on going but stuff happens. I am patiently waiting for reopen.
 

danyoung56

Well-Known Member
Everything I've read about Takumi Tei leads me to think that it would be a little too high falutin' for me. But then, I've never tried it, so I could be wrong.
 

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