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.
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