Only 2 minutes away from Shibuya Station, Han no Daidokoro Bettei serves top-notch Wagyu yakiniku! There also is mouth-watering meat sushi! They have 10 specials available that change daily! And what's more, it's reasonably priced!
Established in 1966, Bansui is a long-standing yakiniku resto in Shirogane. They have recently opened their 3rd shop in Shirokane. Apart from the exceptionally good yakiniku made with A5-ranked beef, you can also enjoy the beef-broth ramen and other rare special-item cuisines. If you're going to Ebisu or Shirokane, make sure to drop by!
Shinjuku has everything in terms of food, including some of the best yakiniku (Japanese BBQ) restaurants in the city. Here are 5 places that locals rave about and that visitors love to try!
Kyoto is a foodie's dream come true! There is so much succulent food to try and so little time. Unfortunately, a lot of the restaurants have menus only in Japanese and are quite pricey so getting the bill at the end of a meal can come as quite a bad surprise! However, at Aburiya you can eat as much as your heart desires at a set price!
YARUKI is the place to go in Kyoto if you want to eat yakiniku (grilled meat) and other delicate dishes and entrees of fine quality. The restaurant has a stylish atmosphere that retains the traditional flair of the Japanese yakiniku restaurant.
When you are visiting the beautiful city of Kyoto, a good option for lunch or dinner is yakiniku (Japanese-style BBQ) because the city has numerous excellent restaurants. There are so many that it might be difficult to choose which one to go to. Here are some highly-regarded places you should consider when you'll be faced with the difficult task of choosing your yakiniku restaurant!
Halal restaurants in Tokyo are gaining in popularity thanks to a growing number of Muslim residents and travelers. Although kebab restaurants and food trucks are now quite common, it's a lot harder to find Yakiniku restaurants that use halal meat. This article gives you the lowdown on the best halal yakiniku in Tokyo.
For people with halal dietary restrictions or for people who just want to eat great and affordable Japanese yakiniku BBQ, Yakiniku Panga is the place to go! What's more, what you are served here is authentic, beautifully marbled wagyu (Japanese beef)!
For all meat lovers, there is a very popular restaurant you need to go to in Omotesando, Tokyo. That is "Yoroniku", which is well known for the quality of the meat dishes, including a popular Japanese dish called "yakiniku" (Japanese style BBQ). Here is a guide to read before you make a visit.
Would you like to try the best Japanese restaurant in Shinjuku? Rokkasen was voted the best resto out of almost 8,000 in the neighborhood. Would you like to try it and see for yourself?