Updated: February 07, 2019
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Tsuki No Odori, a Muslim-Friendly Yakitori Restaurant in Osaka

Osaka City

Tsuki No Odori is a yakitori restaurant in Osaka which serves delectable chicken dishes with a Muslim-friendly menu. It is a popular restaurant with visitors and locals alike because of its authentic taste.

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Tsuki No Odori

The owners are very friendly and welcoming and will make sure you have a lovely time at their restaurant. Although their restaurant isn't exclusively Halal, they wanted Muslim patrons to enjoy their cuisine as well so they got the approval from the Kobe Mosque for their Halal dishes.
The restaurant has a beautiful and sophisticated decor. You can sit at the counter, or Japanese-style tables with low chairs. Luckily, there is a place to rest your feet under the tables in case people get restless legs from sitting with their legs crossed.
Yakitori isn't normally the type of place to bring a date or family, but this restaurant serves authentic yakitori with an elegant twist. With that special someone, you can sit at the bar counter and watch the chefs do what they do best.

Menu

You can order a la carte a lot of their chicken skewers and they are about ¥150 each. Typically, people will order many skewers and beer until they get full.
For something more hearty, you can also get the chicken steak, which is grilled to perfection with a nice sauce.
There are many delicious dishes to try, such as 'karaage' chicken, which is deep-fried chicken with an addictive flavour. The grilled rice ball is also a must-try, the rice is cooked over charcoal which gives it a nice deeper flavour. You've definitely never had rice like this!
This dish is also delicious and typically Japanese. It is 'nama-fu dengaku', which is gluten cooked over an open fire and has a nice umami miso paste on top.
If you don't know what to get, you can also ask for the course, which is ¥6,000-¥6,500.
The courses come with a variety of yakitori skewers, tempura, hotpots, and many other dishes! It's quite a good value!

Both courses have a 120-minute time-limit.

Finally...

When in Osaka, be sure to check out Tsuki no Odori for some wonderful chicken dishes!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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