• January 28, 2014 · 7:00 PM

Iroriya is a new Japanese restaurant under the same ownership as its extremely popular next-door neighbor, Orenchi. It looks mysterious: no windows and its giant wooden door is marked only with the number 3548...

Join us for what promises to be an interesting evening of incredible food and drink.

Note: Iroriya has a $25/person minimum.

Restaurant Description by Iroriya
We are an authentic Japanese restaurant that specializes in "robata-style" grilling by using special charcoal from Japan. We have grilled seafood as well as fish, which are freshly imported from Japan. Our "Himono" (sun dried) fish are prepared in house by our chefs.  We have other varieties of small "tsumami" dishes and fresh grilled vegetables to go along with our extensive sake and shochu list. Don't forget to try our house made Mojitos with a twist. You can finish the meal with freshly made Zaru Soba (cold buckwheat noodles with dipping sauce) and Kamameshi (rice dish cooked in an iron kettle) an aromatic seasonal flavor rice dish. We would like to achieve a high level of food quality and excellent service as our sister restaurants (Sumika and Orenchi) as well as create an experience for our customers as if they were actually dining in Tokyo.

Please only sign up if you plan to come.

If you RSVP "Yes" but are unable to attend, change your RSVP to "No" before the stated RSVP closing date: if you don't, you will be marked as a no show. You get two more chances, and then you will be wait listed for future events or dropped from the group. It's only fair to the other members and the host managing the event and/or reservation.

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  • Renee

    Thank you for trying out this new restaurant with me! It was wonderful to share the interesting and tasty flavors with this mix of new faces and regulars.

    January 29, 2014

  • Yu-Ju Y.

    I am waiting outside of the restaurant. Is anyone arrived yet?

    January 28, 2014

  • Judy

    Coming from a meeting in Los Altos and traffic is a bear. Should be there by 10 after.

    January 28, 2014

  • Renee

    Remember, Iroriya is unmarked (well, technically the lantern next to the door says its name in Japanese). The restaurant is next to Orenchi: it's on the right if you're facing Orenchi.
    I look forward to seeing you tonight!

    January 28, 2014

  • Renee

    There is still a long wait list so, if you have RSVPed "Yes" but can't attend, please update your RSVP to "No" by 5pm today at the latest. Many thanks to those who already updated their RSVPs!

    January 27, 2014

    • Cody R.

      I am still planning on going

      January 27, 2014

  • Renee

    The wait list is extremely long, so please update your RSVP to "No" by 5pm on Sunday, January 26 if you're unable to attend. Thank you!

    January 25, 2014

  • Craig

    This will fill fast. I hope Iroriya gets offered again around a weekend.

    December 31, 2013

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