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Zakkushi

1833 4th Ave W
Vancouver, BC  V6J 5L1

(604) 874-9455

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Editorial Reviews from the web
English
October 07, 2009

Charcoal-grilled meat on sticks is what it's all about at this tiny, charming yakitori-ya, warm and rustic in its simplicity. Ume shiso tsukune (minced chicken topped with shiso leaves and paired with a sour-plum dipping sauce) and ninniku memaki (garlic bolts draped with thinly sliced pork) are two of the best. Order the crispy salad, a green salad with a deep fried dumpling shell and seasonal... more

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English
4 star rating
Wow what a unique experience
July 18, 2014

My husband and I ate here on our last night in Vancouver and we were NOT disappointed! There are so many cool things to try on the menu and they are smaller portions so you can get a taste of it all. Definitely try the quail eggs and don't miss the grilled corn. Our server was lovely and we never... more

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4 star rating
Love this place
July 06, 2014

My husband and I were walking down denman looking for a place to eat. We happened to walk past this place and someone was walking out and I could smell the aroma of meat and charcoal. It smelled soo good. So we decided to try it. The place was packed so I thought this place must be good. We tried... more

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4 star rating
A little Bit of Tokyo In Vancouver
June 18, 2014

Japanese Izakaya atmosphere, try the Daikon Salad, the Tskune (chicken skewers with sour plum), grilled rice, deep fried prawns- avoid the tongue,

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Business Description from the Web
English
September 17, 2014

Casual tapas restaurant gets its name from the authentic Japanese barbecue grill used to create its signature shish kebabs. Order the Kushi set for five different kebabs. $-$$. D (daily).

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