The restaurant is not easy to find, so use the direction below. The décor was Japanese, 3 types of seating, “prized table” on the tatami, normal table or seats at the counter. We were given a table on the tatami. Nice to look at but difficult to seat. Counter seats may be more fun.
The staff speaks minimal Japanese but has an English menu. This place, as the name suggests, specialises in chicken yakitori. And unlike what we were used to, this is a DIY joint! In addition to the chicken parts for yakitori, we also had the following dishes:
|This was a free starter of pickles.|
|Loved this avocado sauteed in butter with shoyu. Delicious!|
|Yakitori DIY. We ordered the standard fare - chick thigh, chicken heart, chicken gizzard and chicken meatballs.|
|Onsen egg dipping for the chicken meatballs. So good!|
|So much fat from the chicken skin, we caused a blast!|
|We finished the meal with yazu and green tea iced cream.|
Nice decor. The DIY thing is a novelty for us. And as a result of the DIY, food quality of yakitori depends entirely on how good a cook you are. In HK, we are used to yakitori cooked to perfection by the staff. Food was good but we still prefer the HK style yakitori.