Inakaya Roppongi is one of the most popular high end robata-yaki places in Tokyo. You choose from an array of fresh ingredients, and the chefs prepare them right in front of your seats around a counter. And when done, the chefs send your food over on a wooden tray stick while still kneeling (yes, kneeling) on top of a platform where the food are grilled. It was one of the most memorable, both delicious and fun, dining experiences for me in Japan. When I learned that a branch has opened in New York, I was really excited. Has anyone dined there yet? I'm planning visit NY in April, and am wondering how you New Yorker like the food and atmospher there?