Last night we were in Kobe. So we had to have the beef. This was at Moriya where the beef is serv

Last night we were in Kobe. So we had to have the beef. This was at Moriya where the beef is served teppanyaki, cooked in front of you on a griddle. It was very tasty, and fun theatre, but I am still of the opinion that grain-fed wagyu doesn’t taste as good as our honest grass-fed stuff, despite the thick marbling. The best bit was when the chef chopped up all the thick fat from the sirloin and cooked it with beansprouts and spring onions, in oil he had flavoured with garlic.