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  • al427 Oct 25, 2007 11:36 AM

Have any of you guys been to Teppo on Greenville? What do you think about it?

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  1. One of my favorite spots. Small sushi/yakatori restaurant. I am more of a fan of the sushi than tha yakatori. Very fresh good sushi.

    1. It's in my top 3. I love yakitori and and sushi equally. The okra and the duck breast are outstanding.

      1. We've been going there since it opened. We are going tonight. Love Teppo. Great sushi, sashimi, and a nice selection of small plate specials as well.

        1. I think it's the only place that serves good yakitori in Dallas. But, I never go because I hate parking there (or anywhere else on Greenville). I usu. go to Tei Tei because it's more convenient to valet. If you're looking for sushi, then either Tei Tei or Teppo is good; the grilled items and other menu items are different, though.

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          1. re: giang

            Teppo has a valet right out front.

          2. I tried it last week and really enjoyed it!

            We ordered the following:
            sashimi-salmon and yellowtail
            nigiri-eel and snapper
            rolls-soft shell crab roll and the Teppo roll (a "surprise" roll made by the chef)
            yakitori- scallop and bacon, sirloin and garlic, and asparagus and bacon

            Can't wait to go again!

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            1. re: al427

              The scallop and bacon is sooo yummy. Try the chicken meatballs some time. Very tasty.

              Also, a fun way to do sushi is to tell them the dollar amount you want to spend and let them pick. We usually get around $30 of sashimi for two people and they always give us a very nice serving of whatever is best that day. Usually it's 6 or 7 types of fish including a small spanish mackerel - they then fry up the mackerel skeleton and head for eating. Delicious!!!

            2. So-so got to Steel.

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              1. re: hhshames

                Went to Steel a few days ago. Much prefer Teppo. Smaller, quieter, much more intimate. Sushi at Teppo is always fresh and pristine. Steel is more of the trendy, loud blaring music, tables on top of each other type place. I must admit the sushi was good though.

              2. Been a Teppo's fan since they opened and love the small sushi bar ambiance as well as the yakitori grill. The newer restaurant Tei-Tei, is more upscale in clientele and price but not any better than the original, Teppo.