We finally went to Kazu after reading and hearing so much about it. Reservations are definitely necessary, because the last time we tried to go, at like 7 pm on a weekday, we were turned away because they were completely full.
Almost all of the stuff we had was GREAT. They’re a sumiyaki place as well, but instead of you cooking your own food like at Aburiya, here they skewer it yakitori-style and grill it for you
We tried a standard chicken, a chunky wild chicken, chicken wing, liver, and crispy chicken skin. We had the chicken meat skewers with teriyaki sauce, but the rest were salt-and-pepper
yakiniku – sautéed Australian wagyu beef slices,While the flavour of the beef was good, it was incredibly tough. I couldn’t even bite into it
Apart from the beef, everything else was a winner and this is another place that definitely begs a repeat visit