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  • Grills, charcoal from Japan fuel flavors at Sacramento's Binchoyaki

    A binchotan charcoal grill that reaches 1,000 degrees to 1,500 degrees is the linchpin of Binchoyaki Izakaya Dining, a new restaurant in the area that was Sacramento's Japantown after World War II focused on meat and vegetable skewers and izakaya (pub)-style small plates.

A binchotan charcoal grill that reaches 1,000 degrees to 1,500 degrees is the linchpin of Binchoyaki Izakaya Dining, a new restaurant in the area that was Sacramento's Japantown after World War II focused on meat and vegetable skewers and izakaya (pub)-style small plates. Carla Meyer The Sacramento Bee
A binchotan charcoal grill that reaches 1,000 degrees to 1,500 degrees is the linchpin of Binchoyaki Izakaya Dining, a new restaurant in the area that was Sacramento's Japantown after World War II focused on meat and vegetable skewers and izakaya (pub)-style small plates. Carla Meyer The Sacramento Bee
Carla Meyer

Carla Meyer

The Sacramento Bee’s dining critic knows good taste

Binchoyaki Izakaya Dining offers small plates, big culinary payoffs

July 15, 2016 12:00 PM

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Sacramento Bee dining critic Carla Meyer reviews restaurants and covers other restaurant news in the Sacramento region. She formerly was The Bee's movie critic. She has been with The Bee since 2005. Before that, she worked at the San Francisco Chronicle.
cmeyer@sacbee.com.
Twitter: @CarlaMeyerSB

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