Teppan Spaghetti
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Retro popular spaghetti born in a Showa era coffee shop
Teppan Spaghetti
Place spaghetti seasoned with ketchup on a hot griddle plate and pour egg mixture around it. It is mainly eaten at coffee shops rather than spaghetti specialty restaurants. The standard ingredients are red sausage, onions, green peppers, mushrooms, and green peas. It is also called ``Italian'', ``Teppan Italian'', ``Teppan Neapolitan'', and ``Itaspa''.

Born in the late 30s. A coffee shop owner from Nagoya visited Italy on a field trip and was impressed by the deliciousness of the authentic pasta. However, he was dissatisfied with the food cooling down halfway through, and came up with the idea of ​​using an iron plate as a solution.
After the original shop's idea, it spread mainly to coffee shops in Nagoya. It almost went out of business due to the decline in the number of coffee shops after the Heisei era, but it has been revived due to the Neapolitan boom in recent years. Some Western restaurants and spaghetti specialty restaurants also serve it.
Teppan Spaghetti
Bright colors of red, yellow, and green. We also recommend stirring the egg while it's simmering and eating it carbonara-style.