Updated： April 15, 2019
Yakiniku Around Meguro Station: Here's Where You Should Go!
Exploring the nice area around Meguro Station? Why not have some succulent yakiniku (Japanese-style BBQ) while you're there. Excellent restaurants abound! Here are a couple of addresses you might want to check out!
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Yakinku Inada has a very stylish wooden interior design. It's the ideal place to dine and relax in a comfortable setting. You can even reserve private rooms for large groups. As for the food, it's simply one of the best around Meguro. You can get some prime beef cuts for a variety of prices, the most expensive being 2,400 yen for the superior cut of beef tongue. Cheaper and popular options are the kalbi with yakiniku sauce (1,300 yen). The restaurant is quite famous for tripes as well, and their kimchi appetizers are something you should definitely try!
Kansaikoku Yakiniku Ponga
Ponga is a Korean-style yakiniku restaurant with some healthy additions on the menu. The South Korean chefs take a lot of pride in offering vegetable platters rarely found in yakiniku restaurants. You'll also find the traditional kimchi and namul pickled vegetables that make Korean bbq so great because of the synergy of tastes between the meat and the kimchi and namul.You can also find some rare cuts of beef and pork. Expect to pay somewhere around 5,000 yen for a nice dinner.
There are some relatively cheap lunch sets available at Suien from 1,000 yen. For that price, you can get the kalbi set, which is the most popular and includes kimchi, namul and a wakame soup. For dinner, it's much more pricey (expect to pay around 6,000 yen) but you do get great quality. The gyutan (beef tongue) is perhaps the thing you should try. Many people love it and you get a good-size serving for the price.
Yakiniku Ushimitsu Ichimon
Ichimon specializes in tripes but you can order all kinds of regular yakiniku meat cuts. You'll be struck by how fashionable this place is. The beautiful presentation of the dishes is really unusual and impressive for a yakiniku restaurant. You'll get served your meat on skewers at times, similar to what you would get at a yakitori tavern. Order a lemon sour and instead of coming with ice cubes, it'll be served to you with a whole frozen lemon inside.
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