A farewell dinner for a friend and colleague... where did he want to go? A half Brit/Japanese guy who is mad about great craft beers wanted to end his final day at Yona Yona Beer Kitchen.
The service here was incredibly attentive. Empty plates removed immediately, I dropped a chopstick and before I could pick it up the waiter brought out another, drink orders only took about a minute from order to in hand...
A great range of beer foods. Hokkaido raised ham.
Click here: http://www.yonayonabeerkitchen.com/dl/dinner.pdf
Edamame seasoned in Yonayona beer.. never had it with all the stems.
They had no Pints but regular sized beers were just enough and a reasonable 780yen.
One of the highlights! 3 different home made Jumbo Sausages!
Gyoza with Pakuchi.
Friend kept saying the restroom was like Star Trek... incredibly clean and all stainless steel.
Private room for 6 with all you can drink YonaYona beer... just pour as much as you like!
10 different Japanese Craft Beers on Tap.
Thats our main waitress passing the pudding... she goes from extremely friendly to really pissed off by the end of the night. Overworked? Broken hearted? I think she just needs a rose.
Overall this place was simply great. Everyone was thoroughly happy with the food and nice variety of 10 different craft beers... but be ware. Last order for drinks and food is 10:30pm. Just before 11pm the Waitresses went from smiles to pissed off and will rudely interrupt your deep conversation to start removing everything off your table. I mean couldn't they wait until 11:05pm when we all left? Oh! Hooters is next door! Lots of beauties there~
Restaurant: Yona Yona Beer Kitchen
Yona Yona Website: http://www.yonayonabeerkitchen.com/
Tabelog Foodie Website: http://tabelog.com/tokyo/A1308/A130803/13160944/
Address J: 東京都千代田区永田町2-14-3 東急プラザ赤坂 2FAddress E: Tokyo, Chiyoda-ku, Nagatacho 2-14-3, Tokyu Plaza Akasaka 2F
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