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Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for $50 worth of Japanese food for parties of two or more
- $50 for $100 worth of Japanese food for parties of four or more
The menu's selection of tapas-style small plates includes salmon and scallion yakitori ($2.50), a half alaskan roll with smoked salmon, avocado, and cucumber ($3); a full magic roll with salmon, yellowtail, crab, avocado, and cream cheese ($12); and chicken/pork katsu don ($10).
With roots firmly planted in the tradition of the izakaya—Japanese pubs designed for unwinding and socializing with friends over a modest sake and street-food selection—Yakitori Boy focuses its culinary philosophy on interaction above all else. In this spirit, the menu brims with modestly priced tapas-style dishes meant for sharing—sushi comes in miniature four-piece rolls, tempura plates bear only a half-dozen or so of the crispy morsels, and diners order the eatery's signature creation, yakitori, by the single skewer. Of course, guests can still splurge on a full entrée, as head sushi chef Tasaka Yasuhiko calls on his 40 years of experience to craft full 12-piece helpings of specialty caviar- and tempura-topped maki, while chefs in the bustling kitchen whip up traditional don, or creative meat preparations served over a bowl of rice. A floor above the dining room's geometric lines and romantic lighting, a karaoke lounge urges diners to keep the celebration rolling with a public stage and eight private rooms ideal for parties of up to 20 or solo performances of "Where Everybody Knows Your Name" on repeat.
94% of 236 customers recommend
“great food, fast service, really enjoyed it. We'll be back”
“We love this restaurant and enjoy dining there whenever we're in Chinatown in Philly. ”
“The wait staff was very attentive and mike the bartender is very friendly. ”