All-You-Can-Eat and Drink at The Yakitori House
The inner city Japanese restaurant is hosting a bottomless feast this February.
The Yakitori House brings a taste of Japan to inner city Auckland with a menu led by traditional izakaya and yakitori-style food. Following on from a series of all-you-can-eat karaage sessions, the eatery is launching a new all-you-can-eat and drink package.
On Wednesday, 27 February diners will have the option of indulging until their belly is full for only $60 per person. The unlimited feast includes starters like edamame, seaweed salad and lobster salad; cold dishes like beef tataki and summer rolls; a deep-fried section boasting gyoza, chicken katsu, teriyaki tofu and karaage chicken; plus bottomless white rice, fried rice and miso sou.
In the drinks department, there's free-flowing Orion beer, house sake, organic wines, sodas, iced oolong tea and hot green tea, among several other options.
The rules are simple: everyone at your table must be taking part in the deal, one dish will be served per person at a time, there's no takeaway, excessive food waste will incur a penalty charge, guests will not be served more than one beverage at a time, the service will be stopped for anyone intoxicated, and booking is essential. There will be limited space for walk in customers. Everything else from the menu will ring up at its regular price.
Two sessions will take place from 5.30-7pm and 7.30-9pm.