Teppanyaki
for all senses

Opening hours:Opens i December

Restaurant facts

  • Food is cooked at big frying tables
  • Unique food experience
  • 6 course meny

Temporarily closed

Always included in packages

  • Access to Japanese bath
  • Tea and fruit buffet
  • Activities according to daily program
  • Yukata and slippers to borrow, swimwear to keep
  • Meals - depending on type of package

Frequently asked questions about Teppanyaki

  • What type of food is included in the packages?

    We serve a ready-made menu for the day with 6 different dishes, inspired by the Japanese cuisines and our immediate surroundings. Here you sit with others, up to 8 people, at each frying table.

  • Can I have my own clothes in the restaurant?

    No, you have the yukata on during your entire stay. You will receive the Yukata on arrival and can borrow it during your stay.

  • What do I do if I have an allergy?

    We use the same frying table for all food in our restaurant Teppanyaki. If you are allergic and this affects your allergy, we recommend our á la carte restaurant instead.

  • When does Teppanyaki open?

    For the time being, we keep the Teppanyaki restaurant closed.

Restaurant Teppanyaki - Dinner for all senses

In our Teppanyaki restaurant Kiri each table has its own chef to prepare the food in front of the guest on the griddle. The Japanese and local Swedish ingredients provides a unique dining experience.

Japanese food at its best. In Japanese cooking, the visual experience is as important as the taste. In our restaurant Teppanyaki Kiri, each table has its own chef who prepares the food in front of the guest on a hob. The Japanese and local Swedish ingredients provide a unique dining experience. Here we serve a ready-made menu for the day with 6 different dishes, inspired by the Japanese cuisines and our immediate surroundings. Here you sit with others, up to 8 people, at each frying table. In case of any food allergy, please contact us in advance.

The word teppanyaki comes from Japanese where the carpet means frying pan and yaki means grill. Kiri is Japanese for fog, haze - we want you to be enveloped by the atmosphere in the same magical way that the fog can settle over an open landscape in the evening.

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