A nice wagyu place that offers pretty good quality beef at a reasonable price, and depending on your choice, you can get really really stuffed.
Round steak lunch, Y1500. Runs out really quickly at lunch time(before noon!). Very very delicious the first time I had it, but a bit dry the second time(pic here).
Sukiyaki-ju, Y1200. It’s free at lunch time to “supersize” the meat, which I did the second time(pic here) but eventually regretted because I couldn’t finish it. Luckily I always carry a doggy bag
but I think you’re not supposed to take away the leftover XD.
Yakiniku-ju, Y1200. Had this one twice also(see pic).
The beef for Steak-ju and Yakiniku-ju are the same(both are thigh meat), but the sauce and the side vegetables are different – salty sauce and namul for yakiniku-ju, sweet sauce and salad and fries for steak-ju. I like these two rice boxes, but after having it for 3 times, I’m convinced that they mix in a few slices of drier meat with the fresh and juicy ones to bring up the portion. Still good value though.
Soft bite-size Steak lunch, Y1500. Not as “soft” as I expected.
Japanese style hamburger lunch, Y1200. Good! Another popular item.
Wagyu Kiriotoshi, Y2000.
Sirloin Teppanyaki, Y2500.
The two more expensive special lunches. The meat is of course better quality(Sirloin is especially juicy) but it comes in a hotpan so it gets a bit overcooked towards the end. The second time round, I moved all the meat to my rice bowl to keep warm and just used the hotpan for the beansprouts. ^^;;
Bibimbap, Y1000. The only menu that I don’t recommended. Ice-cream only for the ladies on Mondays.
Lunch is only available during weekdays.
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