Another yakitori place we tried out, actually sister-in-law wanted to try out this place, but usually very hard to get seated unless with reservation. I called and was able to get a reservation at 8:30pm on a weekend evening (I forgot if it was Fri or Sat).
There were 5 of us, I honestly forgot all the names of the item we ate. But the most understanding one I remember was: Beef Kalbi, Beef Tongue, Chicken Thigh and Scallops. There were many items on the menu, you really have to try to know. We also ordered a Grilled Miso Eggplant, it was pretty good too.
The price here is okay on par with the quality. Though I still prefer Gaku Yakitori.
509 2nd Ave
San Mateo, CA 94401