From the 6825yen course. Everything in the photos are for one person. Cold potato soup and “dadacha” beans. Wagyu sashimi. Normally it should include raw liver(what this restaurant is famous for apparently) and boiled cow stomach, but we went on “Obon” holiday and they didn’t have raw liver that day. My friend doesn’t like innards so we also skipped the cow stomach, and had three types of raw wagyu beef instead.
Fried cow cheek on a skewer. Lettuce.
Raw beef nigiri-sushi. Beef nikomi(simmered) and garlic toast. The nikomi is quite nice, but I wish the garlic toast were bigger to mop the thick sauce with.
Yamaimo. Very hot wasabi taste. Charcoal-grilled wagyu steak. Hmm, I expected better quality for the main beef steak….
Curry rice made with beef dashi. It is quite salty. Matcha ice-cream.
I can’t say the food is bad, but it is not that great either. It was just two of us and we wanted to try a bit of everything so we opted for the set course; maybe a la carte is better? Also we didn’t get to try raw liver and motsu-nabe which are recommended in the reviews I read about this place.
和牛屋赤坂 くうたら (Wagyuya Akasaka Kuutara)
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Raw liver….:O Have you tried it before in other places? is it good?! The toast is really small compare with the nikomi.
Yeah raw liver is quite common in drinking places or yakiniku restaurants here. If it is fresh it is nice. Maybe you can find it in Korean restaurants in LA?