First off, Iron Chef is a traditional sushi restaurant that also offers teppanyaki, in addition to their regular menu. Overall, I thought that the food was really good, and the price was moderately affordable.
beef teriyaki dinner ($14.95) as my entrée. The dinner is served with steamed rice, miso soup, salad, and ice cream for dessert. The presentation of the dinner was done really nicely and there was an ample amounts of beef on my plate. The beef was well marinated with sweet teriyaki sauce which adds to its flavor. I especially liked the butterfly design of the tomatoes.
sushi pizza ($7.95) and chose spicy salmon. The sushi pizza was cut fairly thin; thinner than what I was used to eating. However, the toppings and salmon were pretty tasty and fresh; a very imperative factor. I also thought that the patty’s texture was nice and crispy.
consistently fresh. The smooth cuts of both the sushi and sashimi showcase the chefs' skills in presenting aesthetically pleasing platters.
Below is a picture of the sushi & sashimi lunch ($16.00).
Iron Chef does not offer an all-you-can-eat-menu; rather their specialty is teppanyaki. They have a separate dining area in the back for guests who would rather have the teppanyaki experience.
The following photos are courtesy of my friend, Will Ng (Wicax Photography), which were taken at my birthday dinner in late April 2012. So thanks, Will =).
Above is a picture of the sirloin being cooked, and that is part of the teppanyaki special sirloin & chicken ($19.95) deluxe combo.
I ordered the seafood platter ($32.95), which included shrimp, scallop, salmon and calamari. My plate is pictured to the right (the salmon was not cooked yet at the time of the picture being taken).
A few of my friends ordered fried rice; which was made right in front of the entire table.
I would definitely return to Iron Chef for their a-la-carte menu, but I am going to skip out on the teppanyaki.
Quality of Food: 4/5
Dining Experience: 3.8/5
Price: $$$ || Online Menu and Teppanyaki