Zakkushi Mini Review

Wed, Aug 19th 2009 12:02 am
After having all that Japanese food yesterday, went out and had even more today. It wasn't intentional. It just so happened that one of the highly recommended places was Japanese.

Today we went to a place called Zakkushi, a Japanese charcoal-grill place. Basically, they offer a selection of skewers that are selected individually (or they have a set option). They've also got some main dishes that are different from the usual fare at Japanese restaurants around here. Though we didn't get to try those, it'll be worth a try some other time.

Another thing of note was the bathrooms. Call me weird for writing about the bathroom of a restaurant, but the bathroom is just as much a part of the restaurant as the rest of it. Sort of. Anyway, it's really crazy. They've got this crazy miniature fountain, and the tap of the sink is actually a bamboo (fake?) spout from the fountain. Photos will be added once I install my card reader drivers.

Overall, it was quite tasty, and the decor was definitely top notch. The entire staff was also very friendly, and quite enthusiastic. One of the servers would notify the other staff, and they would all then exuberantly greet guests as they came and left. All in all, a good experience (minus the bill but that's our problem, I suppose). Planning to go back again soon and hopefully will try some of the main dishes.
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