Imagine an indoor barbecue, with beef and pork sliced into bite-sized pieces, cooked on a miniature grill that sits in the center of your dinner table, and eaten with chopsticks. This is yakiniku: a very civilized yet no less entertaining version of the Western barbecue. At Yakiniku Sansui, the experience is taken to the next level with a selection of only the best quality kuroge wagyu, which is considered Japan’s highest grade of beef. It’s fatty and succulent and full of flavor. The chef here carefully selects the best parts of the meat each day, and insists that it is served without cold storage so as to preserve its fine taste.