English Reviews (Reviews Total Language : 30 reviews)
“An outstanding dining experience”
Located in a hard to find location on the 4th floor above Barney’s New York in a Ginza,we were greeted by our host, jackets taken and we were shown to our table in a small room seating about 20 guests with an open kitchen on one side. No wine list or menu, we were asked whether we preferred red or... white wine (we chose white), we were asked if we prefer Chardonnay or Sauvignon bland style (we chose Sauvignon bland) then were presented with four outstanding wines including two Sancerre’s, a Bourgogne white and an Austrian white. We chose a Sancerre which was outstanding (we had two bottles at about USD100 per bottle). The food kept coming, freshly prepared skewer after skewer of Kobe beef, duck, fish, scallops, lotus root, veal, chicken, pork and others I cannot remember. Each was delicious and placed pointing to the one of six different sauces plus salt with which it should be accompanied. A different, memorable and special dining experience with amazing food and individual service. Highly recommended.
Visited February 2019
We went to the Barney's building off Ginza looking for another restaurant but had to pass on our original choice because one of my daughter's is a vegetarian. Instead, we reluctantly decided to eat at Rokukakutei and we were pleasantly surprised by how good the food and the service were. We would d...efinitely go back and I wouldn't hesitate recommending this place to other people.
Visited August 2017
“A strange, wonderful meal”
I've never had a meal like this. You sit at the counter and the super-nice chef gives you, rapid-fire, fried skewers. Probably 20-25 of them. And then you leave. Sounds awful, right? Well, it's wonderful. The frying process is delicately done and they feel extremely light and non-oily. The things h...e is frying can range from a simple shrimp to a complicated wrapping of several kinds of fish and vegetables. There are, in front of you, 5 different sauces you can dip the skewers into, all of which complement a different skewer wonderfully. The entire experience is extremely unusual and extremely good. The meal took about 90 minutes or so and everyone was extremely friendly. The English was a bit limited but non-problematic and, be warned, there is no menu. You get the skewers and you eat them until they're finished or you're full. That's it. But if you want a strange and wonderful (albeit pricey) meal, it's hard to beat this place.
Visited May 2016
“Kushikatsu restaurant in Ginza.”
Rokukakutei located in Ginza. They serve many kind of kushikatsu with 5 sauce. They will serve you kushikatsu until you say stop. I ate around 20 kushikatsu and price was around $ 90.
Visited August 2015
This place is great once you find where it is. The skewers were fresh tasty and fast service. Wine was also equally as good, again fast service. Liked having my wine chosen for me, and was always good. Worth seeking out this gem!
Visited June 2014