Recommendation by Lemi
In a world of lean Kushikatsu breading, Yaekatsu adds a little fluff on their sticks. Their not-so-secret ingredient is shredded yam. The taste contrasts in an interesting way with Kushikatsu like flaky Lotus Root and tangy Worcestershire sauce. Yaekatsu deviates from Kushikatsu a bit with their Tote-yaki, which is beef tendon stewed in white miso. Their shrimps are also skewered and fried impeccably. Patrons are arranged in a square arena around the chef, as everything is in full view: the food, the chef, and the other hungry diners. Drop by early for a seat at the counter because lines can get pretty long!
3-4-13 Ebisuhigashi Naniwa-ku Osaka, Japan
大阪府 大阪市浪速区 恵美須東 3-4-13
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