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7 Spots for the Best Teppanyaki in Brisbane

Who would’ve thought getting food thrown at you would become the cuisine of choice for diners across the globe? Well, we are here to shine a light on why Teppanyaki has become the meal of choice for the people of Brisbane and the rest of the world alike. To get you started, we have found seven spots for the best Teppanyaki restaurants in Brisbane.


1. Sono Japanese Restaurant Portside Wharf

Experience the very best Japan has to offer at Sono, one of the most versatile Teppanyaki restaurants in Brisbane. Renowned for its dedicated Teppanyaki menu with options for al carte and four banquet options, you will feel spoilt for choice. The restaurant is more on the fancy side and has a strong focus on seafood; their Queensland King prawns are a must-have.

Address: 39 Hercules St, Hamilton
Phone: (07) 3268 6655
Hours: Tuesday – Thursday 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm, FRriday 12 pm – 2:30 pm/ 5:30 pm – 10 pm, Saturday 12 pm – 2:20 pm/ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm, Sunday 12 pm – 2:30 pm/ 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm



2. Kabuki Teppanyaki Restaurant

Located in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD is Kabuki, an authentic Japanese dining experience and one of the hottest spots in town. Expect an up-close, thrilling time, and don’t be surprised if you get something thrown at the face while dining here. Kabuki’s specialist teppanyaki chefs will (enthusiastically) deliver all your traditional Japanese favourites made from fresh, quality Australian produce.

Address: 265 Margaret St, Brisbane City
Phone: (07) 3100 5688
Hours: Monday – Sunday 5:30 pm – 10 pm



3. Oyama Japanese Restaurant

Offering premium sushi and Teppanyaki in Brisbane for over 20 years, Oyama is a Fortitude Valley gem. Oyama is one of the more popular teppanyaki restaurants to make a name for itself in the sunny city and is renowned for its delicious teriyaki chicken. Beautiful oriental paintings adorn the walls, so prepare for the full immersive Japanese experience.

Address: Shop 30/115 Wickham St, Fortitude Valley
Phone: (07) 3257 0738
Hours: Wednesday – Thursday 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm, Friday – Saturday 5:30 pm – 10 pm, Sunday 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm




Let the games begin at KOYA, a favourite for many new Farm locals. The perfect spot for a birthday celebration if kids are involved, Koya knows how to throw a party and provide for palettes of all maturity ranges. Start with a bowl of classic fried rice and some gyoza, perfect for the little ones, before the fiery meats come out.

Address: 702 Brunswick St, New Farm
Phone: 0450 169 426
Hours: Monday – Thursday 5:30 pm – 9 pm, Friday – Saturday 5:30 pm – 10 pm


Kamikaze kitchen

5. Kamikaze Kitchen

If you’re looking for a modern, funky take on traditional Japanese cuisine, Kamikaze has got you covered. The restaurant and bar offers a huge selection of the finest meats and freshest seafood for the quintessential Teppanyaki experience. The drinks aren’t just an afterthought; their menu boasts delicious Japanese-inspired cocktails like the Midori infused Tokyo tea.

Address: Shop R62 Gympie Rd, Chermside
Phone: (07) 3350 2688
Hours: Monday – Sunday 11 am – 9:30 pm

Kamikaze Kitchen

Teppanyaki bar

6. Teppanyaki Bar

One of the OG Teppanyaki restaurants in Brisbane, this Cleveland hot spot knows how to entertain the masses. No thrills and reasonable prices are just one of the reasons this humble Teppanyaki Bar remains so popular. Their banquet options range from $29 to $89, and there are plenty of vegetarian options for non-meat eaters.

Address: 152-166 Shore St W, Cleveland
Phone: (07) 3488 0768
Hours: Tuesday – Friday 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm, Saturday 11:30 am – 2 pm/ 5:30 pm – 10 pm, Sunday 11:30 am- 2 pm/ 5:30 pm – 9 pm

Teppanyaki Bar


7. Yōshoku – Teppanyaki at The BRT

Yoshoku is Brisbane’s newest Japanese restaurant, a seamless fusion of Western and Japanese cultures. Their menu features three banquet options and a vegetarian option- think teriyaki tofu, shitake mushrooms and eggplant with soybean and onion sauce. A visit is not complete, however, without paring your meal with one of the many Japanese whiskeys on offer.

Address: 154 Barrett St, Bracken Ridge
Phone: (07) 3269 7011
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 5 pm – 10 pm


Alternatives to Brisbane Teppanyaki

If you’re looking for other things to do in and around Brisbane, we’ve got you covered with some of the options listed below. You can also check out our list of the best coffee shops and brands in Australia with expert commentary from Australian coffee expert and Campos Chief Coffee Officer, Adam Matheson. Or, if you don’t feel like heading out for coffee, you can look to invest in one of the best coffee machines or French press coffee makers.

How Man of Many Chose the Best Teppanyaki In Brisbane

With an editorial team full of foodies, Man Of Many has had the unique opportunity to directly sample and experience food from the best Teppanyaki spots in Brisbane. As expert journalists who guide people between competing products and services, we have provided our independent opinion in formulating Man of Many’s selections. Our editors have taken into account location, food and coffee and atmosphere while also making a concerted effort to highlight a few spots outside of the CBD. You can review our editorial policy here surrounding how we maintain our independence in our editorial reviews.

Teppanyaki in Brisbane FAQs

Where is the best Teppanyaki in Brisbane City?

KOYA TEPPANYAKI & A LA CARTE is the best Teppanyaki in Brisbane City.

Who makes the best Teppanyaki in Brisbane Valley?

Oyama makes the best Teppanyaki in Brisbane Valley.

Where can I find the best Teppanyaki on Brisbane’s Southside?

Kabuki Teppanyaki Restaurant is the best Teppanyaki on Brisbane's Southside.