Aburaya Japanese Fried Chicken is a casual restaurant and late night snack spot. This restaurant incorporates a punk rock vibe into the elegance of Japanese finger foods which creates a relaxed and diverse atmosphere.
The interior has a cozy glow from low-lighting, and there are wooden tables along the walls. When you look around, you will notice chicken themed artwork strategically placed around the restaurant.
To order, walk up to the register, and pick items from their counter menu. The boneless fried chicken is served in four or eight pieces, and comes with a variety of flavorful seasoning options. Try the miso garlic dry spice blend; customers rave about it on social media. They also offer a faux fried chicken option, as well as fried cauliflower and tofu for vegan/vegetarian patrons!
Aburaya also serves a variety of small plate items including: fried avocado, fish tacos, spicy cucumber, Mexican style fried corn, seaweed salad, and tuna poke. All items can be made into a rice bowl with salad. In the mood for something sweet? Check out the sweets case at the register to see what dessert options are available.
Everything is made fresh in-house. Produce is sourced locally, and, Aburaya uses natural and organic ingredients when possible. The restaurant does their part to limit waste by using compostable containers and flatware. Everything in their restaurant can be composted or recycled.
Aburaya Japanese Fried Chicken is really popular with the locals, and can get really packed, especially on Friday and Saturday evenings. This location offers dine in or take out.