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Have you ever heard of and tasted Teppanyaki? Teppanyaki is Japanese for Barbecue Hot Plate. Tokyo Grill House is a Japanese Teppanyaki Restaurant that has been servicing the local community for over 30 years.

At Tokyo Grill House, you and your friends or family can sit back and relax in the comforts of a calming environment and enjoy the day or night together.

The chefs will skillfully prepare and display their expertise on hot plates in front of you, according to your requirement. The result is delicious, healthy and quality food. Tokyo Grill House serves fresh sashimi and seafood, quality chicken fillet and steaks. It also serves traditional Japanese entrée and main course. In addition, Sher Wagyu beef is now available at Tokyo Grill House.

Situated in the Ballarat CBD, the staff and management at Tokyo Grill House welcome the visitors of Ballarat to their restaurant in the heart of the city. Pre-booking is required for lunch.

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37 Armstrong Street North, Ballarat VIC 3350

All:

11:30am–2:30pm
5:30pm–10pm

Tue:

CLOSED


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