Teppanyakai restaurant with live cooking space, Koki opens in Hanoi

PUBLISHED Sep 17, 2022

Inside Koki

It has been almost six monthes since Teppanyaki restaurant, Koki opened in the hotel, Capella Hanoi. The address is 11 Le Phung Hieu, Hoan Kiem, Ha Noi.

The restaurant owner is Junichi Yoshida, who had worked as a head chef at a teppanyaki restaurant for five years at the Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo.

Yoshida honed his skills at Hotel New Otani, Okinawa The Busena Terrace, and Four Seasons Hotel Chinzanso, and in June 2013, he opened the teppanyaki restaurant Ishigaki Yoshida in Azabujuban, Tokyo.

The new restaurant in Hanoi offers course meals using Japanese ingredients. This includes Yaeyama beef from Okinawa and seafood from the Japanese sea and Hokkaido. Yoshida says “We adopted the Shuhari philosophy of creating a new culture. At the same time, we preserve tradition while incorporating innovation”.

The restaurant has 14 counter-seats near an open kitchen with a large iron plate. There are also 6 to 8 teppanyaki tables and 60 stone dining tables. Guests can see how Yoshida cook in the live kitchen space.

The menu includes the “HANAORI course”. This course is 8 dishes including seasonal salad, grilled vegetables, and Yaeyama local beef steak. The price is 3.45 million VND. EXPERIENCE course is 6 dishes. This course includes truffle-flavored “Ishigaki Yoshida” special ramen, and beef steak. The price is 5,500,000 VND. The SIGNATURE course offers 8 dishes. Customers enjoy abalone steamed in sake, seafood chirashi sushi, and beef steak. The price is 8,500,000 VND.

The opening hour is from 11:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

  • Yaeyama local steak

  • Dishes from Koki