Rajio Japanese Public House 3763 W. 10th Ave., Vancouver http://www.facebook.com/RajioJapanesePublicHouse
  1. Kushikatsu, Rajio's House SPECIALTY! Chef's recommendation of 4 deep fried, panko breaded, bite sized skewers + dipping sauce
  2. Bagna Cauda, fresh veggies with an incredible dipping sauce made from garlic, anchovy, olive oil and sweet Japanese white miso. A refreshing twist on an Italian classic and do not be fooled by the anchovies!
  3. VANEATS Sashimi Salad, Chef's omakase sashimi with crisp romaine lettuce tossed in kalamata olive soya dressing topped with tobiko
  4. Heavenly Ebi Ramen, BRAND NEW! Tender ramen in deep-golden shrimp broth, embellished with slices of cha-shu pork & shrimp infused garlic oil
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Turn On the RAJIO Reviews

Straight up, the [Bagna Cauda] sauce skyrocketed my tastebuds to the moon and back. Continue Reading →
Being completely honest with you, I clobbered this [VANEATS Sashimi Salad] down in no time – once the photos were taken the salad was no more! Continue Reading →
This [ramen] was heaven in a bowl. The shrimp broth was rich and flavourful with slices of cha-shu pork and shrimp infused garlic oil. Continue Reading →
The [Kushikatsu] cheese- oh man, the cheese. So deliciously gooey! Deep fried cheese gets the stamp of approval in my books... Continue Reading →
This [Heavenly Ebi Ramen] dish is worth the trip to Rajio and I would order it again in a second. Continue Reading →
Of course, Rajio has it’s specialties and as a regular at Suika, it’s nice to visit a place that feels familiar but has a new taste. For $20, this tasting menu is very much worth every penny. Continue Reading →
The package had a great balance of indulgent items and healthier items, so it has a good mix of everything. Continue Reading →
I love properly cooked ramen in a flavourful broth, in this case it’s shrimp-based, and it comes with some pork and shrimp as a bonus. Continue Reading →
These [Kushikatsu] skewers were perfectly fried to perfection with a non-greasy crispy golden outer crust. Continue Reading →
The interior is quite nice and really connects you back to Japan. The [Bagna Cauda] sauce blew us away. Continue Reading →
For $20, this was a healthy (pun intended!) serving of food with Japanese flair. If you haven’t been to Rajio before, this will be a good intro to the restaurant. Continue Reading →
This set menu package offers a variety of hot and cold dishes, which in my opinion, is just the perfect amount for two diners. Continue Reading →
But in any case, the [Ebi Ramen] noodles were just a touch chewier than al dente, which we both loved, and the shrimp broth was flavourful yet not heavy. Continue Reading →
The sashimi was fresh and the dressing was really good — tangy and sweet at the same time. This is one of the best sashimi salads I’ve ever had. Continue Reading →