Reservation for Yakitori Umikaji Sakae in Aichi

updated: April 25th, 2024

Yakitori Umikaji - Enjoy delicious grilled chicken skewers and Okinawan cuisine in Naka-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture. Don't miss out on this unique dining experience!

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    "Yakitori Umikaji" is a restaurant located in Naka-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, serving yakitori (grilled chicken skewers) and Okinawan cuisine.
     The restaurant is conveniently located a 2-minute walk from Exit 1 of Sakae Station on the Higashiyama Line.
     With seating for 20 people, the atmosphere inside is calm and relaxing.
    This restaurant is known for its deliciously grilled yakitori cooked over charcoal.
     There are various flavors available, such as miso or salt seasoning.
     Additionally, they offer a complimentary raw egg with each order, enhancing the overall satisfaction.
    Furthermore, "Yakitori Umikaji" also serves Okinawan cuisine, including flavorful soups and vegetable skewers.
     It is highly recommended to enjoy these dishes while savoring the Rocks-style Awamori, Haku, as well.
    The chefs carefully select ingredients and prepare each dish with great skill, which has earned them praise.
     In particular, the grilled chicken set meal is highly regarded for its tender and delicious taste.
    "Yakitori Umikaji" also opens for lunch, and the Yakitori Miso Iron Plate Set is a popular choice.
     Customers can choose from 200g to 600g portions and enjoy a variety of side dishes, including rice and raw eggs.
    The interior of the restaurant has a hidden and luxurious atmosphere.
     The staff provides friendly and attentive service, ensuring a pleasant dining experience.
    While enjoying Yakitori and Okinawan cuisine, guests can also admire the view of the Naka Ward district in Nagoya City.
     We encourage you to visit "Yakitori Umikaji" and experience it for yourself.


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