Got a fantastic short food tour of Tsim Sha Tsui. Thanks MS!!
I had requested to have teppanyaki, since I could not get proper ones in the Seattle area (Benihana is NOT teppanyaki!!)
Couple months ago, I finally broke down and went to Gyu King in Vancouver BC.
It certainly was not wow, and the food was delicious due to the large quantity of butter used.
Nonetheless, it was enough to satisfy a long craving.
My friend brought me to Akita Teppanyaki 秋田鐵板燒刺身專門店 in Kowloon.
We got a 2 people set lunch and started with salad and this delicious steam egg.
It was cooked over the “teppan” (literally means iron slab) by steaming the eggs under cover.
The cook diligently added water onto the teppan to make sure there was enough steam to cook the eggs properly; resulting in a very smooth, soft egg.