Rajio Japanese Public House in Kitsilano
Kitsilano is one of the best places to go for a casual stroll and then enjoy dinner at one of the local digs. But where to go when you’re craving Japanese?
I recently had the opportunity to explore Rajio Japanese Public House, where there is a fun atmosphere of glowing masks, actual watermelon cocktails, and quirky details not usually found at most Japanese restaurants. Rajio provided a memorable dining experience with their delicious cocktails and decadent culinary treats.
I opted for the #TurnonTheRajio dining package by VanEats.ca. This set menu package offers a variety of hot and cold dishes, which in my opinion, is just the perfect amount for two diners. We started with the Kushikatsu which came with a “One Dip One Life” sauce for dipping our four skewers of different vegetable, meat and seafood options. The sauce is common in areas of Japan, where the no double-dipping rules applies so the sauce can be used by all guests throughout the day.
Our Kushikatsu was followed by the Bagna Cauda, which was a cup of fresh vegetables to dip in a delicious dipping sauce. This was the first time I have enjoyed anchovies as one of the main ingredients. These two dishes were then followed with the VANEATS Sashimi Salad and the final dish of Ebi Ramen.