Pepper Lunch (Cambie): DIY Teppanyaki
A couple of years ago, the first Pepper Lunch location in the Lower Mainland opened up in Richmond. This chain of DIY Teppanyaki originates in Asia where they’ve got hundreds of outlets. Recently, they opened up a shop in Vancouver along the busy Cambie Street corridor.
This new location feels spacious due to the high ceilings but the drawback is that it gets quite noisy from the din echoing in the open space.
We picked the Curry Pork which came with a gravy boat filled with curry sauce. After you cook your pork slices on the hot plate, you mix it up with the rice and corn and then pour in the curry sauce.
I actually enjoyed the Unagi more because it was so buttery and there was a reasonable amount of unagi on this plate. There is a bit of work involved in this since you have to mix things up yourself and there’s always the risk of splattering oil/sauces (which is why the hot plates come with a paper splatter guard).
2323 Cambie Street
Posted on November 17, 2017, in Japanese, Restaurant Review, Steakhouse and tagged Curry Pork, Food, Japanese, restaurant review, Steakhouse, Teppanyaki, Unagi, Vancouver. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.