A Meat Theme-Park? Only in Japan!
A what now? Yes, a meat theme-park in Tokyo. Why? Well because you can, that's why. It is a meat theme-park in Tokyo, with stands that serve meat in many different ways and also offers entertainment, such as a museum, the "Museo de Carne" (the meat museum). You can walk through the park and pass through a Spanish-style village.
Meatrea: The Meat Theme-Park
All the restaurants serve different cuisines using regional meat products, such as BBQ ribs, meat loaves, curry, steaks, etc. The restaurants are like a in a food court so you take your meal and find a place to sit. It's rather inexpensive in general.
Meatrea is located in Minami-Osawa, a suburb 40 minutes away from Shinjuku station by train. It is on the top of a shopping mall and is run by Namco, a game centre behind many other original projects (gyoza statidum, etc.)
They used to sell a "meat parfait" (ice cream with fruits and cutlets of fried pork), but it was replaced with a steak restaurant. I wonder how the flavours mixed?
BBQ KITCHEN: steak & grilled meat
NEW OLD STYLE 肉そば けいすけ: ramen
Their ramen has a familiar nostalgic taste with a twist. Would you like to try?
Nihyakuten にひゃくてん: grilled meat and entrails
They have an all-you-can-eat dinner special starting at ¥1,980 with 50 ingredients to choose from; there is also a 和牛(Japanese beef) calbi all-you-can-eat special for ¥3,980.
The lunch all-you-can-eat special starts at ¥980!!!
CLASSIC～インド料理～: Indian curry
Here, you can try the chicken superloaded butter chicken curry (¥980) and the tandori chicken(¥500). Why not finish the meal with a sweet and refreshing lassi!
There is even a ladies' set for ¥1,180 and it includes two types of curry, all-you-can-eat naan bread, and cream cheese chicken.
GOLD RU$H: meatloaf
The Gold Rush meatloaf (150g) is ¥750 at lunch time, and ¥1,000 at dinner time. Why not try the cheesy version!
- Wanderlust Foodaholic
- I love traveling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of different local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.