Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Cook And Cook

Cook and Cook Restaurant

Cook and cook is such a joy and entertainment restaurant which is called “teppan-yaki” style. This restaurant was the first introduced to the excellent traditional “teppan-yaki” food from Korea in Viet Nam.

Cook and Cook Restaurant

The restaurant developed the idea of entertainment where the exciting showmanship of cook and cook chefs dazzled restaurant goes with deft cutlery skill while preparing nothing less than exquisite food. People who come here can choose up stairs for hot pot and down stairs for teppan-yaki seafood. Each table up to 8 people would place their orders with the skillful chef and watch an amazement as these items were sliced, diced and slipped into the air.

Cook and Cook Restaurant

There is variety of food to choose for both a la cart and set menus but my highly recommendation is go for set menus which is included more than 10 kinds of different food.

Cook and Cook Restaurant

A la cart and side dishes from $2 to $5
Set menus from $10 to $45 for evening, for lunch from $8 to $12.
Korean style seafood hot pot from $7

Cook and Cook Restaurant
3 Ba trieu lane
Ha Noi
Tel:(84-4) 974 6279
Opening hours: 10.30 - 14.00
17.00 - 22.00


Anonymous said...

wow that looks fucking great.

please post larger pictures, or make them accessible. thanks man!

Anonymous said...

Cool! I am definitely going to try it when I visit next month:) I love the pictures...very nice. Are those scallops in the middle of all of the plates in the first picture?

Van Cong Tu said...

Preya, yes. Contact me if you have time ok
Thanks for all comments

Unknown said...

That's very much like hibachi grill we usually get from most Japanese restaurants here in the US.

The food looks amazing though. Gj.

junebee said...

The shrimp look positively mouthwatering!

Kerry said...

Your photographs are absolutely gorgeous. Really enjoy your blog :)

Van Cong Tu said...

Sam, you are right!
junebee and Kerry, thank you.

Anonymous said...

I just want to correct a small detail that Teppanyaki is Japanese cuisine not a Korean traditional food. ^^;; I just that I am half Korean and I don't like to see our traditional food got mixed up. Thanks for all the nice introduction about Vietnam and would love to be there one day

Đăng Quang said...

I like food. Look delicous