Shiki is a sleek and sophisticated Japanese restaurant specialising in Teppanyaki, a combination of ancient Japanese cooking techniques and modern performance art.
Inside many elements of a Japanese garden are visible from the wood, stones and plants. Tables are fitted with iron plates where your personal chefs will cook the meals right in front of you while you watch.
Soba noodles. The cold soba noodles were cool and refreshing with a slight chewy texture.
Deep fried prawns in a light tempura batter served with dashi sauce. The batter was crisp and crunchy while the dashi sauce was light with a hint of sweetness.
Sashimi selection of local seafood. Thinly sliced Tasmanian Atlantic salmon and South Australian king fish with a sesame soy dressing. The fish was rich, smooth, fatty and melted in the mouth while the soy dressing added zest.
Lobster tails with truffle infused butter. The lobster was mild and slightly sweet. The truffle butter added beautiful umami.
Mt Gambier beef tenderloin steak with fried garlic and green peppercorns. The steak was incredibly moist and tender with a full bodied earthy beef flavour.
Fried udon noodles with Clare Valley chicken leg fillet and sweet tonkatsu sauce.
Dark chocolate mousse dome with layers of raspberry jelly, coconut cream and milk chocolate custard. The mousse was delightfully rich, smooth and creamy.
Sit back and relax while Shiki’s experienced chefs put on a spectacular show creating a delicious meal right in front of your eyes. A fascinating and entgertainin dining experience to remember.