Akanoya Robatayaki brings robata (Japanese grilling) to town. Be warned, there’s no menu here; rather the ingredients are presented at a counter display that evokes the Tsukiji Market. You’ll have to ask the staff to translate the signs and prices as they’re all in Japanese, but your reward is exotic fare such a isaki (chicken grunt sea bass) and kinki (rockfish) (B950-1,980), Hokkaido crab (starting from B1,750) or Wagyu beef from Omi (B990). The vegetables are also imported and worth a try if you’ve got the cash: tomato (B200) and taro (B200). This small, fun and energetic place is bringing in the crowds so book well in advance—we mean weeks ahead.
|Address:||Akanoya Robatayaki, 46/10 Sukhumvit Soi 49, Bangkok, Thailand|
|Open since:||November, 2012|
|Opening hours:||daily 6pm-midnight|
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