Robata



noun

a type of grill used in Japanese hibachi restaurant for cooking food in front of the customers; also, food cooked in this manner
Examples

The highlight of the menu is the robata – a traditional cooking style of Hokkaido in northern Japan where the day’s catch is grilled on small fires.
Word Origin

1980; short form of Jap. robata-yaki

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