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Aburiya, An Affordable Yet Delicious Yakiniku Restaurant in Kyoto! [PR]

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Kyoto is a foodie's dream come true! There is so much succulent food to try and so little time. Unfortunately, a lot of the restaurants have menus only in Japanese and are quite pricey so getting the bill at the end of a meal can come as quite a bad surprise! However, at Aburiya you can eat as much as your heart desires at a set price!

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Kyoto has so much incredible food to try, but for those who don't have a perfect handle of Japanese, it is hard to venture into a new restaurant when the menu, and sometimes even the prices, are all written in Japanese characters. The bill might come as a shock. However, at Aburiya, for a set price, you get all-you-can-eat Japanese BBQ, and much more!

The restaurant has a very modern and impressive Japanese decor. It is sleek and cool, yet welcoming. You can easily take a date and impress them with your BBQing skills, or you can make it a family outing, either way, it'll be amazing!
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What you can expect at this restaurant is delicious Japanese beef, and as much as you want of it, as this restaurant is all-you-can-eat! The standard price is 3,480 yen (without tax), but people 50 and over and Elementary School students and younger pay less.
There is really so much food to try, you'll be astonished!

System

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The system is quite simple here: for a set price you can order anything you want from the menu. There is really so much to order from, yet it is affordable! You can have anything from excellent quality Japanese beef for BBQ, ramen, bibimbap, salads, curry, etc. You also get to choose one dessert!
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Price

<The all-you-can-eat plan is 3,480 yen>
-For children under 3 years old: free
-For children between 4-6 years old: 480 yen
-For Elementary School students: 1,740 yen
-For people in their '50's: 3,130 yen
-For people in their '60's: 2,780 yen
-For people in their '70's: 2,430 yen

And for 980 yen more, you can jump on the all-you-can-drink plan!

Menus in English, Chinese, and Korean are available. You order everything from your table.

*The prices indicated are before taxes.

Yakiniku

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There is so much to try from the menu, you'll be amazed by how good the quality is even though it's an all-you-can-eat restaurant. You can try top-notch Japanese beef which is marbled and tender. You can also have it sukiyaki style! Huge pieces of steak are also on the menu. The taste is simply amazing!

Yakiniku & much more!

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You can also order a big, beautiful salad to make it a healthy and balanced meal! Or fresh vegetable sticks for your children!
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Sometimes you're traveling with a friend, and you just can't seem to come to a compromise on what to eat. Your friend wants ramen and you want Japanese BBQ, what do you do? Well you can get the best of both worlds at Aburiya, and tons of it!
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How about some Korean food to accompany your meal? Kimchi or bibimbap is the perfect accompaniment for grilled meat. It's incredibly addictive, but don't feel bad succumbing to the temptation and ordering more because it's an all-you-can-eat after all! Enjoy!

Drinks

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"When in Rome"...well you know the saying. In Japan, "high balls" are super popular drinks. They're made with whiskey and club soda, and they are perfect for this type of meal! Cheers!
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You can also have shochu, sake or beer! The all-you-can-drink plan is only 980 yen more so it's definitely worth it!

Last, but not least...Dessert!

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At the end of your meal, you can choose 1 dessert! There are many delicious desserts to choose from, such as the tiramisu and the parfait!!

Lastly!

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If you want to have an unforgettable dinner with friends or family, this is the place to try. You'll have an amazing time without breaking the bank. So it's finally possible to have an amazing time in Kyoto without spending a fortune. You might even make it your go-to when you're in town!
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