Went for a friend's birthday dinner. We were given a table in a Tatami setting. Ordered very many different types of yakitori finger food as if we were at an izakaya. Food was mostly good. Servers are mostly Japanese folks unlikely other Japanese restaurants. It was very pleasant. The owner was very pleasant to greet each of us at the end of the dinner and took a picture for us. Wish this kind of yakitori izakaya was every where in the States, especially in the east cost.
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