Shin-Sen-Gumi - Yakitori (Grilled Chicken 16 Skewers) Set
Yakitori is charcoal grilled skewers of chicken. The chicken is locally-sourced and free-range, and is freshly prepared every morning. Care is taken with the preparation of the chicken, and each piece is skewered by hand. The perfectly firm texture of the chicken along with the flavor that comes from the cooking method ensures that each mouth-watering bite is delicious and satisfying. It’s a dish with flavor that can’t be easily replicated at home or in a factory.
*This meal kit is perishable. Refrigerate or freeze upon delivery.
Negima (Pack of 2 (8 Skewers))
Now you can enjoy Shin-Sen-Gumi's signature Yakitori at home. Negima is chicken thigh with green onions. Each pack contains 4 skewers and is pre-sauced, however, you can always add more sauce with our signature Yakitori Sauce.
Tsukune (Pack of 2
Tsukune is chicken meatball. Each skewer is prepared by hand using select ingredients to ensure a juicy but semi-firm texture.
One of the most popular seasoning to go with the Motsu Nabe is the yuzu-kosho condiment offered in the restaurant. A blend of chili peppers and yuzu citrus create a delectable and zesty flavor to eat with not only yakitori and grilled meat, but also with hot-pots. This special condiment, said to have first originated in Kyushu, brings a whole new level of complexity to each dish, truly enhancing the flavors. Shin-sen Gumi’s yuzu-kosho is an original recipe and is available for purchase in restaurants*.
The Secret Yakitori Sauce (12.35 oz)
The secret of Shin-Sen Gumi’s perfect yakitori is the secret sauce that has been used since its opening. The same sauce has been used for over 25 years, using a special cooking method and traditional Japanese method of sauce preservation that prevents it from going bad. The sauce brings the perfect umami flavor and is the perfect complement to the skewers.
Shin-Sen-Gumi has made a name for itself as a ramen chain restaurant and has gained popularity due to their customizable bowls where you can choose the broth, toppings, and even the firmness of the noodles. But not as many people are aware that Shin-Sen-Gumi also has a yakitori restaurant located in Gardena, California. The yakitori and neighboring hot-pot restaurant opened in 1992, and has since been providing people with a casual place to enjoy meat skewers, beer, and nabe (hot pot).