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Restaurant Yakitoria "combines the dynamism and minimalism of fashionable interior and urban sophistication and aristocratic Japanese cuisine.

The restaurant meals are prepared in accordance with traditional ancient Japanese traditions: food should be not only tasty, healthy and always fresh, but to give aesthetic pleasure to her appearance.
Ships clock sushi and other Japanese dishes in Kharkiv - a convenient service that will help you save time and to diversify as a normal lunch and a festive table!

Before you view the new restaurant at Avenue Traktorostroitelei, 59/56
More about chain restaurants please visit http://www.yakitoriya.kh.ua

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