Rinka (凛火)

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Japanese do love social dinners and they do get pretty rowdy when they are seated together with a few drinks down their stomach. So different to their subdued working culture. Since I came, I had joined in a few social dinners (or Nomikai in Japanese) Usually held in a izakaya with a set course and drink all you can within specific time limits.

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Sashimi, every one have only once slice of each kind.

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Yakitori.

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Baby pickled squids.

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Prawn salad, I love that the salads are also so fresh and crunchy! Yes crunchy as the vegetables are really fresh.

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By this time, we were really fun. Grilled chicken, pork and fish and vegetables on hot rocks.

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Those thin slices are deep fried Burdocks which I never knew can be made this way. Paired wih stuffed peppers.

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Seared beef nigiri, I much prefer my nigiri to be made of fish instead.

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Dessert looks tiny in portion if compared to the rest of the food. I feel so stuffed!

Address:凛火東京都渋谷区道玄坂1-2-13

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Jar Of Salt
    May 24, 2013 @ 11:39:15

    OMG. Thick slabs of sashimi! Now I’m suddenly SO hungry.

  2. Melisa R
    May 25, 2013 @ 01:39:56

    The colors on each plate are spectacular. I bet everything was exquisite.

  3. Xuan-er
    May 27, 2013 @ 14:37:34

    @Jar of salt: haha, yeah…now that I ate so much Japanese food in Japan that I don’t want to eat any Japanese home when I go home.

    @Melisa: Yeah, it was delicious..even common street food here are always yummy.

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