English Reviews (Reviews Total Language : 23 reviews)
My kids wanted yakitori, and this place was close,to our hotel, so we decided to try it out. We got there at about 5.30 and easily got a seat in the non-smoking section. You atill get some smoke on that side, but it wasn't awful. The yakitori was decent. The chijimi seafood pancake was good. The kid...s liked their karaage. But the highlight of the night was the bunzo yaki. It was a chicken that seemed to have been baked in a crust of spice. It. Was. Delicious. If you like spicy food, get it. You won't regret it. And it was very affordable. 5800 yen for a very large meal and drinks for 4 people.
Visited February 2020
“Great evening meal”
We really enjoyed eating here. Very friendly...very well organised. A busy restaurant and the staff know how to handle busy. No long delays in service. Very impressive. Happily go there again.
Visited November 2019
“Traditional and local”
Not much English spoken by the staff but they have English menus and are very accommodating! Service was a little slow, but the entire restaurant was full of locals which is always a good sign. Food was really tasty, advice is to order a few small plates and then just keep ordering if you are still ...hungry. Prices are reasonable for Tokyo.
Visited May 2018
“Local dining experience”
We visited this restaurant, close to our hotel, after a day's sightseeing in Tokyo. It is a fairly small yakitori restaurant, very popular with office workers on their way home, and had a buzzy atmosphere. We were lucky to get two seats and enjoyed a selection of different grilled chicken skewers. G...reat fun.
Visited May 2017
“Venue for large groups, much more than just yakitori”
In the upscale facility of the Caretta Shiodome, easily accessible from the JR Shimbashi and Metro Shimbashi/Shiodome stations. A handful for semi-private rooms for groups up to a couple dozen. Known for their assortment of yakitori, the restaurant also offers many other grilled, stewed, and fried... choices and respectable sashimi, such as horse sashimi. You really need to be adventurous and explore the menu's many diverse choices to enjoy this place, thus reason to come with a large group, since the yakitori is just like most other yakitori joints. Service was spotty and slow, almost reluctant, but the food made it worth it. Prices given the prime Shiodome/Shimbashi/Ginza area was reasonable.
Visited June 2016