This place probably has the been Teppanyaki that I've ever tasted. I had been there for lunch and it was quiet and serene, but when I went there for dinner I could hear the karaoke singers. So, it all depends when you go. A young lady at the reception took us to the teppanyaki counter (which has to be booked in advance) ...there is normal seating as well. We were seated and waiting for our chef to arrive. For the teppanyaki, the chef cooks right in front of you. When he arrived , we ordered king prawns and lobster teppanyaki. The very cheerful chef then started doing his tricks with the knives and made us some delicious lobster first, and then the prawns. They serve it with some stir friend vegetables and rice. This place also serve sushi and other Japanese delicacies and alcohol as well, but we go there for the amazing teppanyaki. Make sure that you do no miss out on the mochi. I tried the green tea mochi and it was delicious. Tokyo at the Towers is a bit expensive compared to other places around but they serve some really good food. Its worth trying out once in a while.