Fresh from trawler-to-plate, this fresh seafood dining experience near Brisbane brings the exhibition of cooking to life with a teppanyaki grill and fine dining restaurant.
Direct from local fisherman and farmers, the Tempest Seafood Restaurant menu is designed to suit the season, customers and climate of the Redcliffe Peninsula. The menu is modern with an uncompromising focus on excellence – bursting with freshness and flavour.
The fish is hand-picked every morning by the head chef, live lobsters, mud crabs and other crustaceans taken straight from the restaurant’s tanks, you will always be assured of a fresh dish thanks to their true trawler-to-plate dining experience.
The Tempest experience is designed for all the senses and can be enjoyed in many ways; from the tapas or à la carte menu, through to functions menu.
Features of the menu include everything from your usual garlic bread starter and a dish of steamed barramundi fillets and sake muscles through to a delectable seafood platter for 2 and the option to create your own dish.
Head chef Kim has been successfully running the Teppanyaki room for more than 18 years. Offering a sizzling good time, the Japanese grill team make Tempest Teppanyaki a memorable and entertaining dining experience.
Tempest Teppanyaki Room seats up to 33 guests and is ideal for couples, families and groups. A selection of menus is available including an à la carte menu and a range of multi-course banquets.
Transforming the grill into a stage, the internationally trained chefs with a passion for cooking have created a menu that includes everything from miso soup to Moreton Bay Bugs, wagyu steak, lamb cutlets and more. You can choose from a set course or create your own dish, with lunch specials and kids menus available each day.
Tempest Seafood Restaurant & Teppanyaki Grill rates 4.5 out of 5 on Facebook and 4 Stars on Trip Advisor. The below reviews say it all!
“We stumbled upon this restaurant on the last Thursday of the month, which is seafood buffet night. The seafood is all local and straight off the boat. The freshness and flavour of the seafood is fantastic and the prawns and oysters are huge! Suggest that you book a table if you can as the buffet night seems to be very popular and some tables are better than others.” Trevor, Trip Advisor
“Booked for Teppanyaki service with friends and family. Service was good overall, although the drink service could have been a little more prompt. Good selection for TeppanYaki and the chef was fun and amusing. Food was well prepared and was done specifically for the individual customer....which is hard to do when a group meal is being prepared on one grill.” Kiffer, Trip Advisor
“The seafood is beautiful. The desserts are yummy. The staff are nice. The last Thursday of the month seafood buffet is awesome value! The fact you can literally eat as much as you like is great. #undoyourtopbutton” Simone, Facebook Review
“Delicious food, great entertainment, wonderful staff, and the biggest portions we've ever seen in teppanyaki. we'll definitely be back, cannot recommend these guys highly enough they're amazing” Kate. Facebook Review
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