On a rainy Sunday, we decided to go to Chatswood for a bite to eat, keeping fingers crossed that half of Sydney didn’t also have the same idea. Thankfully, we got there at the beginning of the lunch-time, so managed to find a spot to park.
We went back to Hero Teppanyaki, on the Lower Ground Floor in Chatwsood Chase, in the food court area.
Of course we had to have some of the green tea (with rice) while awaiting the arrival of the food. We were seated overlooking the chef preparing the noodle dishes. He was a real showman, but with good reason as he was skilled and quickly cooked a multitude of dishes, with flair, in the time we were there.
The person I was with ordered the chicken udon noodles, which on taste-testing was one of the tastiest I’ve had:
I ordered the chicken with a miso sauce (seen in the photo at the top of the post), with sprouts and shallots. Very good. I’ve had the tempura vegies with King prawns there before (and loved that), so thought I’d try something different this time. The miso sauce had a real savory flavour, complementing the grilled chicken and sprouts.
When the plates arrived we thought that there’s be no way to get through them, their sizes were so generous, but because they tasted so good, and light, somehow they disappeared!
Good food, and I’ll be back, bit by bit working my way through the menu. Prices are reasonable, about $14 for the noodle dishes, with the wagyu beef dishes being more like about $32. Still good for tasty, fresh, quick food.
Here are the current details for Hero Teppanyaki. Call them for current info.
|Address||Shop 40b, Chatswood Chase, 345 Victoria Ave, Chatswood, NSW 2057|
|Phone||(02) 9412 4668|
|Menu||Japanese, noodles (udon and soba), tempura, etc. Mains $13-20 (Wagyu costs more).|
So, what do you like to order when you eat Japanese food?