Tuesday, 22 March 2016 10:47

    Yakitori Suzuki .. Bury's best street food.

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    Some of the best street food on Bury market is from Yakitori Suzuki, on a Saturday,usually close to Moyses Hall. Kaori Dawson (pictured above with her daughter) cooks rolled omelettes for breakfast until about 11.15am then it's lunch with delicate little skewers of meat and vegetables, rice and miso soup. I tried the pork rib (supearibu no Nikomo) Japanese meatball (Tsukune) and the pork skewers (Kushiyaki) Kaori runs the Suzuki Supper Club so if you cannot get to the market, go for supper.

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    • Comment Link Ruth Monday, 08 May 2017 18:47 posted by Ruth

      That's interesting to hear, Peter! Somehow I think that gristle and fat would not be so prized on Bury St Eds market!

    • Comment Link Peter Johns Friday, 05 May 2017 18:14 posted by Peter Johns

      As we have visited Japan every year for the last 6 years to visit our youngest, we have eaten a lot of japanese food. I wonder if they are being really authentic and including all the fat and gristle in their chicken yakitori, as this is much prized in Japan!

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