The restaurant is located in the Radisson Blu hotel, on the 4th floor. There is a fountain at the entrance with few lounge tables around. The restaurant itself contains three teppans and some regular tables. Nice decoration. Free wifi.
Among other things (including sushis that I did not try), teppanyaki meals are offered. The one I chose included a miso soup, a salad, some fried chicken as appetizers. The teppanyaki itself was made of beef, chicken, rice and vegetable. Desert and green tea followed. Everything was good although not exceptional. I had much better teppanyakis in Asia and in Europe. Still it was an enjoyable meal at a reasonable price (about SAR 200 for the menus).
Will probably go again...
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