Kiraku’s popularity is clear by the fact there is rarely an empty table.
Their menu is based on izakaya-style dining, which offers a wide range of hot and cold foods, including zensai (traditional appetisers), agemono (deep-fried), yakimono (grilled & pan-fried), kushiyaki (skewers), noodles, sushi and sashimi dishes. As you’d expect from an authentic restaurant, Kiriku serves many dishes you’d never find on a high-street chain’s menu (you know the ones we mean). So make sure you move away from the old favourites and try something new! Booking in advance highly recommended.
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Whether you’re part of Ealing and Acton’s large Japanese community, or a Japanese food enthusiast, we’ve put together this guide to celebrate our borough’s finest Japanese food. Itadakimasu!