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Named after Oda Nobunaga, known as one of the three great unifiers of Japan, Nobunaga Yakitori brings the authentic flavours of the Land of the Rising Sun to a small eatery near the Morningside Station. Designed and decorated along the fashion of classic restaurants from the isles, the venue offers its visitors seats at small wooden tables or at the counter allowing a free view into the kitchen and its ongoings. Paper lanterns, masks and foldable screens add colour to the dining room, heightening its character. For patrons looking for a fully immersive Japanese experience, a private hire of a traditionally styled tatami room is available. The menu serves a collection of yakitori dishes made from chicken, pork, beef, seafood and vegetables, as well as some well-known snacks like unagi - grilled eel, Japanese curry rice, and okonomiyaki - Japanese pancake. Diners can choose to complete their meal with a cup of green tea or reach for something stronger, with Japanese beers, wines and sake all being served.