Abeya

By Weekender Editor

A modest, somewhat hidden yakitori spot in Nakameguro, a neighborhood that’s famous for its blooming cherry trees. The smoke from the grill and the sizzle from the semi-open kitchen is where skilled chefs work with select chicken cuts sourced from a single supplier. Skewers are cooked over binchotan charcoal for a cleaner burn and all sauces are homemade. Diners can sit at tables, in private rooms or at the counter, but wherever they are, it only takes them a single bite to realize that Abeya is no typical yakitori restaurant. Mention “Weekender” to get a 10% discount.

Average Price: ¥4,000

Address: 1-22-4 Kamimeguro, Meguro-ku

Website: abeya-tokyo.com  

Tel: 03-6452-3140

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