The danna and i probably crave Yakiniku (Japanese BBQ) the most when we are not in Japan. Once a while we would splurge on some atas BBQ restaurants but we can’t afford to do that every month. T__T. The last time we paid four figure for a meal for 4. It’s just too ridiculoussssss.
Sooooo where can you eat Yakiniku without having to fork out a week’s budget on a few slices of wagyu?
You can try out Tokyo Yakiniku at Pandan Indah, Cheras!
Tokyo Yakiniku is a family-run Japanese Charcoal BBQ restaurant established since 2004. Wow so it has been over 10 years! It is formerly known as Yakiniku Restaurant, if you are wondering that it looks familiar. I have been there before too before they renamed and also relocated to a more spacious two-storey building. read more