This is a carnivore’s paradise that serves premium Japanese wagyu beef and other meat selections.
While this is known as a Japanese steakhouse, there is also a wide array of non-meat dishes worth a try. The black truffle carpaccio is a simple but stellar starter prepared with thin slices of fresh sashimi and truffle. Fresh and slightly sour, the momotaro sashimi salad is a straightforward dish that is elevated to another level with the addition of herbs and ponzu sauce. Served in a claypot bowl, the donabemeshi topped with egg and grilled wagyu beef. Known for steaks, the most popular is the A4 ohmi ribeye. It has the right amount of marbling and grilled to perfection.
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Tai no kuro-toryufu
Japanese wagyu beef