Updated: April 20, 2018
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Yakinku Panga: a Japanese BBQ Restaurant Where you Can Enjoy Halal Wagyu!

For people with halal dieter restrictions or for people who just want to eat good and affordable Japanese yakiniku BBQ, Yakiniku Panga is the place to go! Halal yakiniku restaurants are quite the rarity in Tokyo. Here is what to expect when you go out to eat at Yakiniku Panga.

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Yakiniku Panga

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The restaurant is located at a 9-minute walk from the JR Okachimachi Station, the station next to Ueno.
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The restaurant has a warm and comfortable interior, and enough space to reserve for large groups.



For lunch, you can have some very affordable meals of delicious halal-certified meat.
The restaurant offers daily lunch yakiniku sets for just 800 yen. For 1,350 yen you can choose to have the daily set with the cuts of superior quality meat. There is also bibimbap sets and various other set meals of wagyu beef that range from 750 to 2,500 yen. Every set comes with rice.


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For dinner, course sets are popular. You have three options. The Standard course at 3,500 yen has 11 plates of the classical yakiniku dishes. For 5,550 you get a real feast which includes some marbled Japanese beef. You can still upgrade your course to 7,500 yen and you'll get 13 items that include all the best cuts of the day. Every course comes with appetizers such as kimchi, soups, and salads.
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Another popular item is the Chateaubriand chunk roast of 150 grams!
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You can order a la carte orders of sliced meat. The one shown above is black wagyu for 4,980 yen which includes 4 different cuts. It's a portion good for 3 to 4 people. smaller plates of meat are available for about 1,000 yen and you can order bibimbap (1,000 yen), vegetables and salads as well.


There is a good variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. You can have cocktails, wines, Japanese and Korean sakes. There is an 2-hours all-you-can-drink option for an additional 1,500 yen.
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