Eating at Shogun Teppan-yaki is something more akin to a theatrical experience. Teppan-yaki refers to cooking on a hot plate and involves having your chosen ingredients sizzled and stirred by your very own chef, brandishing a knife that's almost sharper than Itchy's wit. Almost. They're a friendly bunch and are happy to help if you tend to fumble your chopsticks like a teenage geek tackling their first house party bra strap. There's a Shogun sushi and noodle bar in the Mailbox too - get over, post-haste.