With its bite-sized pieces of chicken that are skewered and roasted to perfection over a hot grill, it’s no wonder that a lot of people – locals and tourists alike – love yakitori. Made conveniently, yakitori is a simple dish that is packed with many flavors. Seasoned perfectly either sweet or salty-sweet, yakitori is best paired with condiments such as shichimi togarashi, wasabi, and yuzukosho. You can eat it as a whole meal with rice and miso soup, have it over with a serving or two of sake (rice wine), or enjoy its delicious grandeur on its own. You can also make other variations of yakitori at home by using other ingredients suck shiitake mushrooms, shishito (small green peppers), and other produce.
After you’ve had the best ramen in town, you’ll find yourself squeezing in with the regulars in their favorite ramen and yakitori shops. Ramen, great and delicious on its own, is also best paired with a plateful of yakitori. The savory broth and chewy noodles combined with the succulent and juicy meat from the yakitori is something you wouldn’t want to miss for the world. It will surely capture your heart and tummy. Best combinations always lead to a happy customer. Cap off the evening over a round of drinks and enjoy a great shouting kanpai! with newfound friends.
What is Included in the Price:
- Five skewers of yakitori
- Two drinks
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