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My Top 3 Favorite At Nanbantei of Tokyo

- by Isabel

Last Thursday, my mom and I tried Nanbantei's new P888 Samurai Sets.




Out of all the yakitori in each sets, I liked the chicken meat and leeks which they call "Negima", it had just the right amount of saltiness and I like how the leeks and chicken meat were combined.

While on our table, the Gyu-Tan is my favorite, which is a grilled ox's tongue. It's a bit salty for me but ignoring the saltiness, its a part of my favorite among the sets.

Another of my favorites would be the Tori Karaage, I liked its crispiness which made me like it better than most of the yakitori.

I liked almost everything that it was hard to decide on my top 3 foods here. :)

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