Friday, 22 June 2018


Japanese restaurant chain Ikinari Steak teamed with snack maker Calbee to produce their own flavor of potato chips.

The limited edition Ikinari Steak flavor chips arrived in convenience stores around Japan at the end of February, and will be on sale until the back half of March. These snacks combine the rich taste of beef with the franchise’s own special steak sauce. Besides that combo of tastes, the chips found in every bag are a thicker cut, adding a satisfying crunch to each bite.

Ikinari Steak’s defining feature is its lack of chairs, which is notable for the restaurant chain.

The chips are the typical beef chips found on konbini shelves, although a little crispier than most other varieties out there. 

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