Meticulous Japanese fusion presented at Petitenget
Japanese cuisine is a burgeoning scene in this region, but you can be sure Rayjin isn’t your run-of-the-mill dining affair. Unlike the typical teppanyaki restaurant that pays a tad bit too much attention to the showmanship of the chef, this restaurant pays close attention to how space, form and function offer a fun environment that makes you want to deliberately savour every mouthful. Think minimalism combined with modernistic beauty – casual dining bar with that little bit of fun factor involved watching the team create this wide array of dishes.
Tucked away at Jalan Petitenget, spotting Rayjin might be rather difficult to find as it doesn’t have any signage, but that is part of the beauty of the place itself: discovering a new dining destination just like Columbus discovering America, before being blown away by what’s in store in the menu. Serving fusion Japanese cuisine, great focus is emphasised on the well chosen high quality ingredients used treated with classy teppanyaki cooking style.
The restaurant accommodates 19 diners per seating and with raving reviews from all angles, and it is unsurprising why many rush to Rayjin to get their daily dose of fine Japanese cuisine. (Apr 2016)
“This Teppanyaki Dining Bar serves traditional Okonomiyaki (Osaka style savoury pancakes) with strips of pork belly, cabbage, pickled ginger, katsuobushi & special tonkatsu sauce served by very energetic staff and a special touch of Balinese hospitality” -Exquisite Taste
“The open teppanyaki kitchen not only serves exquisite dishes but also entertainment to the guests, dispensing with walls between the staff and the customers.” -Hello Bali
“Fun Rayjin Teppanyaki is perfect for that Japanese food fix.” -FRV Travel