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teppan-yaki

/ (ˌtɛpænˈjækɪ) /
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noun
a Japanese dish of meat and vegetables stir-fried on, and eaten from, a hot steel plate that forms the centre of a table
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Word Origin for teppan-yaki

C21: Japanese, from teppan a steel plate + yaki to fry

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