Took my four brothers here for dinner, it's hard for us to all agree on a place but this was a winner! We made it a point to try things like tripe and liver but each one was super tasty!
Had a great time here last night! They have an English menu available, and the atmosphere is great, with the kitchen in the center of the room. Whenever you want to order more, just yell for your waiter - it's expected. The one aspect I'd...More
Akiyoshi does very few things, but it does them masterfully. Grilled skewers of meat, frosty cold beer, and little side things that go well with grilled skewers of meat and frosty cold beer. The open kitchen takes up the center of the room, with staff...More
Stumbled on this place without looking. We were drawn by the queue outside of locals in a street of many restaurants and no queues anywhere else. My first experience of Yakitori food (Japanese version of satay but fried as well as grilled). Loved it. You...More
This place is really accessible to tourists, it provides English menus and is really reasonable for prices with 5 yakitori pieces costing around 400 to 500 yen each depending on what you order. Me and my husband spent around £30 on average for a really...More
I have visited this restaurant many times on trip to Japan, most recently last week at the end of my honeymoon. Every visit has been excellent, with no issues regarding the quality of food or service. If you do not speak Japanese, the staff will...More
In comparison with b_lizard76, the previous reviewer, we were lucky and we easily found the restaurant, coming from Ikebukuro station of the Yamanote line and then following the plan of our guidebook. Although I normally do not like the cartilage of chicken, I ate yakitori...More
I came here based on a review in a guidebook. Unfortunately, it's hard to find! I couldn't find a good map of the area and I stopped to ask for directions from some ladies in a department store. They were amazed I knew of it...More