Japan Now Has an All-You-Can-Eat Fried Fondue Restaurant

A restaurant in Japan that lets diners batter and fry their food to a perfect crisp is all the rage on social media.

Kushiya Monogatari, which offers an all-you-can-eat buffet experience, is a kushiage chain with more than 100 locations across the country.

Kushiage, also known as kushikatsu (when they’re meat cutlets), is a dish of deep-fried skewers originating in Osaka.

A restaurant in Japan that lets diners batter and fry their food to a perfect crisp is all the rage on social media.

To prepare the dish, cutlets of meat or vegetables are skewered on sticks and coated with batter before being deep-fried as pleased.

A restaurant in Japan that lets diners batter and fry their food to a perfect crisp is all the rage on social media.

A recent video from Tastemade takes viewers to a Kushiya Monogatari in Shinjuku, where diners get a taste of the full kushiage experience.

A restaurant in Japan that lets diners batter and fry their food to a perfect crisp is all the rage on social media.

Skewers at the restaurant may also be coated with panko crumbs — Japanese-style crumbs that are made from bread without crusts.

A restaurant in Japan that lets diners batter and fry their food to a perfect crisp is all the rage on social media.

The video has received more than 667,000 views on Facebook as of this writing, with users getting excited about trying kushiage.

Images via Facebook / Tastemade Travel

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