Taste of the Town – Yamato’s
Story: Mike Woodings
Photos: Mike Woodings, Yelp
Our outgoing Activities guru, Joyce Bergmann, put together her final Taste of the Town event for our November club social night out on 11-15. Our destination, Yamato Japanese Steak House in Stevenson Ranch.
Just days prior, we returned from our Central Coast Getaway where we dined on Chinese food, so why not give other Asian cuisine equal time?
We had twenty-three in attendance, so it seems this was a good call for our Thursday dining out and was not too much rice for one week
The teppanyaki style of cooking is not only delicious, the entertainment is free. Modern teppanyaki grills are flat-surfaced grills used to cook food in front of guests at restaurants. Teppanyaki steakhouses place an emphasis on the chef performing a show for the diners. 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. There are however no broncing bulls some expect for a Corvette get together.
You must note that in December, there is NO Taste of the Town evening on our schedule. On December 20th, so far you are on your own for whatever menu you might choose. This may not be the final word on the subject though as sometimes things change after press time.
As always, keep your eyes open for changes coming up on our scvcc.org website and in your email. For those doing long term planning, our January TOT has not yet been announced since you might have noticed that our Activities Committee has been undergoing some changes.
But, thanks for getting us together and joining us one last time Joyce. Happy trails to you.