All For Your Smile
Our philosophy, Makogoro, is to do everything we can to bring the smiles to all our guests.
There is an old Japanese adage: people who share rice from the same pot will also share a lifelong friendship.
What is Yakiniku?
In Japanese, Yaki meats grill and Niku means meat.
Our goal is to share the wonderful tastes of Japanese food with everyone so they can feel the warmth of Japanese hospitality.
Our philosophy, Makogoro, is to do everything we can to bring the smiles to all our guests. There is an old Japanese adage, people who share rice from the same pot will also share a lifelong friendship.
It is our wish at Kintan to be a place where everyone can gather, trade stories, and share laughter over a meal and develop a lifelong bond as well.
We believe that people should have an exciting dining experience.
Excitement is the pre-cursor to your meal in addition to the smiling and laughing that happens during your meal. It is the buzz of your environment that livens up your spirit and your senses.
The sounds of the grill and the conversation over the grill gives you an unforgettable experience at Kintan.