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Black Angus serves sizzling teppanyaki and seafood

By: David Knickerbocker

Date Posted: 2004-06-24

Steak fiends and seafood fanatics alike will surely enjoy the new Black Angus restaurant in Ishikawa city. The new restaurant has been serving up sizzling dishes of steak and seafood since its grand opening two months ago. For mouthwatering steak, lobster, fish, and more, this place is worthy of a try!

Black Angus has a distinct Hawaiian feel with mellow background music, a tropical interior, and island style cooking. Even the cooking methods are unique in comparison to other teppanyaki restaurants on island.

For those new to the Island of Okinawa, teppanyaki is a style of dining that has become quite popular over the years. A talented chef will cook your meal on a sizzling table right before your eyes. While visiting a teppanyaki restaurant, itís tempting to reach out and grab the food while its being prepared by the chef.

During dinner hours, three separate teppanyaki meals are available. The Tenderloin Steak and Shrimp meal comes in three sizes: Small Cut (150g), Medium Cut (200g), and Large Cut (300g), costing •1,900, •2,300, and •3,000 respectively. The Surf and Turf meal (•3,500) includes a 150g tenderloin steak, half lobster, shrimp, and scallops. Seafood Teppanyaki costs •3,500 and includes half a Japanese lobster, a fillet of white fish, shrimp, and scallops. With the Surf & Turf and Seafood Teppanyaki meals, you have the choice of enjoying your lobster cooked with a tangy sea urchin sauce or butter sauce.

If the above meals donít fit your tastes, the restaurant also offers various seafood meals including sushi, sashimi, and soup dishes ranging in price from •400 for cucumber rolls to •1,800 for Abasa or Mibai Fish Soup. Plenty of side orders are also available such as stir fried beef and eggplant with spicy Korean sauce, peppered yellow fin tuna, and clams cooked in garlic butter.

All meals come will soup, salad, vegetables, rice or bread, coffee or tea (hot or iced), and dessert. Dinner hours are from 5 p.m. to midnight.

Black Angus is also open during lunch hours, but the menu is distinctly different. Instead of teppanyaki, the restaurant serves up a variety of Japanese meals.

I was very satisfied with the service over at Black Angus. Not only were the servings huge, the staff was very courteous and professional, the atmosphere was very cool and relaxing, and the food was perfect. Quality and quantity! English menus are available so you wonít have any trouble ordering your meal aside from making the initial choice. Meat eaters and sea food fanatics alike will leave satisfied.

Driving to Black Angus is a bit complicated, but you shouldnít have any trouble after the first time. Drive straight out of Kadena Gate 3 and head towards the Southeast Botanical Gardens. When the road splits with the Botanical Gardens on the left, veer to the right. Head straight. When you get to 329, turn left. A few kilometers down, turn right after the JA gas station. Black Angus will be on your left. Free parking is available behind the restaurant. Be sure to bring a copy of the Island Market Newspaper with you as there is a detailed map in the Black Angus advertisement.

Black Angus is open every day except Tuesday. For more information or to make reservations, call (098)972-5867.

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