In the United States, teppanyaki was made famous by the Benihana restaurant chain, which opened its first restaurant in New York in The chef might juggle utensils, flip a shrimp tail into his shirt pocket, catch an egg in his hat, toss an egg up in the air and split it with a spatula, flip flattened shrimp pieces into diners' mouths, or arrange onion rings into fire-shooting volcanoes. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Benihana and other chains of teppanyaki steakhouses continue to place an emphasis on the chef performing a show for the diners and continuing to introduce new variations and tricks. Side dishes of mung bean sprouts , zucchini courgettes though this is not a popular vegetable in Japan and rarely found in that market , garlic chips crisps , or fried rice usually accompany the meal.
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