Sirloin steak(200g) set, 3400yen. Comes with rice and miso soup. Soft and tender beef steak in simple soy sauce style. Not those shimofuri beef marbled with fat though. Unless you are a big eater, 150g(2660yen) set should be quite enough.
(Visted in Jan 2007)Read a couple of reviews about this Japanese steak place with opinions divided between “Despite the publicity from TV shows, the steak-don is nothing special” and “Best steak don in town”. Hmm hesitated for a few months but decided to give a try anyway. Turned out it was quite nice~. Very simple seasoning with just butter and soy sauce and pepper, served rare. The sirloin steak was very soft and tender. 120g sounds very little but it was actually okay. A huge huge bowl of rice to fill your stomach too(I couldn’t finish…).
The much cheaper grilled beef with butter is not so tender but okay for the price.
Add: 2-15-15 Nezu, Bunkyo-ku
out of curiosity, what is your job?
i’m checking your blog out every day now.
did u create “potatomato.com” by yourself?
i love taking pictures of food as well. i just looked at your previous post and noticed that u like the cookies from “jennys bakery” as well! i’ve also been to the durian tofu dessert restaurant u mentioned somewhere & quite a few of the restaurants in tokyo u have posted about.
love this site, even though it makes me so sad about being in england right now.
Thanks for visiting my blog. Maintaining a food blog is a taxing thing – even though I don’t write long passages, uploading photos is tiring enough. After all that effort, I do hope my blog will be useful to someone – especially foreigners visiting or living in Tokyo who want to eat some nice food other than kaiten-sushi.