Thursday, January 6, 2011

Kobe Japanese Steakhouse (Orlando, FL)

This seems to be just a Florida chain. It's a teppanyaki restaurant. Where they cook the food in front of you and about 8-10 other strangers (like a Benihanas). The chefs really put on a great show for the guests. You pick what kind of meat you would like and with your choice you get a soup, salad, veggies, fried rice, and noodles.

The dressing for the salad here is so good. I guess all the Japanese restaurants in Central Florida have been going around stealing each others recipes for salad dressing, because a lot of them taste the same and I've only had this particular kind in Florida. It's so delicious I wish the rest of Japanese restaurants on the West Coast caught on already. Same goes for the spicy tuna rolls. Someone in Central Florida came up with a really good version of them and now all the Japanese restaurants here serve it. It is way better than what I've had everywhere else in the world.

Anyways, I usually go with the shrimp, but this time I decided to go with the Kobe beef. Yum what a great choice! It was perfect. Also with dinner, they give you a white sauce (for seafood and veggies, also tastes great smothered in rice) and a brown sauce (for beef). The white sauce is ridiculous. Everyone usually just requests two servings of the white sauce and no brown sauce. I'm usually too full for dessert, so I don't even know if they have dessert here. It's really a lot of food.

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