Inakaya

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Location: 231 West 40th Street between 7th and 8th Ave.
Phone Number: 212-354-2195 (You must call the restaurant to make this reservation)

“Robata” is the Japanese term that stands for “around a sunken hearth” and “yaki” means “grilling.” Families used to gather around the hearth for dinner, which evolved into “ Rotaba-yaki” style. It is known as a type of traditional cuisine, which features fresh ingredients grilled in proximity of guests’ own eyes. The origin of “ Robata-yaki” is “Vegetable Grilling “ from Sendai, the city formerly known as the Eastern capital of Japan, and “Seafood Grilling” from Kushiro in Hokkaido, the fishing-port city notable for savory seafood. Fresh ingredients are cooked miraculously on open-flame, its ancient but healthy grilling method of dropping excess oil has attained its popularity, and has spread throughout Japan And now it comes to New York.



Inakaya


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Location: 231 West 40th Street between 7th and 8th Ave.
Phone Number: 212-354-2195 (You must call the restaurant to make this reservation)

“Robata” is the Japanese term that stands for “around a sunken hearth” and “yaki” means “grilling.” Families used to gather around the hearth for dinner, which evolved into “ Rotaba-yaki” style. It is known as a type of traditional cuisine, which features fresh ingredients grilled in proximity of guests’ own eyes. The origin of “ Robata-yaki” is “Vegetable Grilling “ from Sendai, the city formerly known as the Eastern capital of Japan, and “Seafood Grilling” from Kushiro in Hokkaido, the fishing-port city notable for savory seafood. Fresh ingredients are cooked miraculously on open-flame, its ancient but healthy grilling method of dropping excess oil has attained its popularity, and has spread throughout Japan And now it comes to New York.

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