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Yakiniku spot pops name change to celebrate anniversary

Date Posted: 2008-03-13

A popular yakiniku restaurant has opted for a name change as it celebrates its first anniversary this month.

Yakiniku Try is the new name for the former Yakiniku Kui Kui, an all-you-can-eat barbeque haven strategically located on Highway 58 between Camps Lester and Foster. The name change was the brainstorm of the restaurant owners, who decided the old moniker just wasn’t enough. Thus, Yakiniku Try, which this month marks its first anniversary with a host of special prices.

While specializing in tender barbequed beef grilled at the customers’ tables, Yakiniku Try also offers chicken, pork and sausages. Patrons can choose from a variety of succulent already-cooked entrees, or don the chef’s hat and cook it themselves. Soups, salads, curry and fried chicken are popular, as are the desserts aimed at the ever-present sweet tooth.

Manager Yoshiya Tobaru is the first to point out there are many restaurants similar to Yakiniku Try, but says his is probably the only one on the island where you can make your own cotton candy! It’s an experience not just for the kids, Tobaru adds, because adults are really kids, too. His advice: make your own cotton candy, and share this unique experience with family and friends.

Yakiniku Try is offering great prices on drinks as the first anniversary celebration unfolds. From 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays there is draft Beer for only ¥50. Another offering is “drink all you can”, by adding only ¥780 to your 90-minute course. Lunch time features “all you can eat service” for 90 minutes at the nominal price of ¥980 for adults, while Kids(4-12yrs) eat for only ¥580.

Specials are being offered during the1st year anniversary campaign from 5p.m. to the last order at 11p.m., with a 90-minute course for Adults reduced from ¥1,780 to 1,290, while the Kids ages 7-12years feast for 770, down from ¥880. Children ages4-6 eat for ¥480, down from \580.

Tobaru says Yakiniku Try is possibly the best value in yakiniku restaurants on Okinawa, and points out those who have already fallen in love with the old Yakiniku Kui Kui will definitely love “Yakiniku Try”; and for those who haven’t visited yet, “come over and see what you’ve been missing!!”

The talkative Tobaru wants to thank all Try’s customers, and promises to continue providing a pleasant atmosphere and an enjoyable experience so everyone has a great time at Yakiniku Try with family, friends and couples.

To get to YAKINIKU TRY, exit the Foster Commissary Gate and make a right turn going towards Kadena. Go through two traffic lights, and you will see the restaurant on the left side. You can’t miss the big sign that says “YAKINIKU TRY. For more information, call 098-983-7129.

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