If you are wondering what “teishoku” means, it’s basically a set meal consisting of 1 soup, 1 side, 1 main dish and rice, traditionally served as a meal at temples, then evolved to a fixed price meal served at a shokudō (食堂, “dining hall”) or ryōriten (料理店, “restaurant”).
Yayoi is a chain of Japanese restaurants that specialise in serving teishoku meals that you order via an iPad at your table. It’s meant to be an upmarket brand for Hotto Motto (a popular Japanese bento chain) and now have over 250 restaurants around the world. There’s even a restaurant in Chatswood near where we live.
I ordered the combination nasu miso and saba shio-yaki (miso eggplant and grilled mackerel), Lyn ordered the mix katsudon.