Updated: November 06, 2018
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Halal Yakiniku in Tokyo: 3 Must-Try Restaurants!

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Halal restaurants in Tokyo are gaining in popularity thanks to a growing number of Muslim residents and travelers. Although kebab restaurants and food trucks are now quite common, it's a lot harder to find Yakiniku restaurants that use halal meat. This article gives you the lowdown on the best halal yakiniku in Tokyo.

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Sumiyakiya Nishiazabu (Roppongi)

Sumiyaki Nishiazabu is located at a 6 to 8-minute walk from the Roppongi Station. It has a sleek and modern design and it specializes in yakiniku and Korean cuisine. It's open for both lunch (11:30-14:30) and dinner (18:00-23:30).
Go there for dinner and you can get exquisite course meals that include the finest cuts of meat in Japan. You'll have the chance to taste Kobe beef of the highest quality as well as more affordable, but still of very fine quality, wagyu (Japanese beef). Courses vary widely in price from 5,000 to over 40,000 yen. Meat is halal certified. You can also order a la carte meat plates of about 500 to 2,000 yen and desserts and salads are also available.
Lunch options are much cheaper. You can get set meals for 1,000 yen that include delicious Korean kimchi, rice, soup and main dishes such as a platter of meat slices to be grilled, Korean stew or even the restaurant's original Sri Lankan chicken curry.

Gyumon (Shibuya)

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Gyumon is located a 5-minute walk from Shibuya Station's New South Exit. The restaurant has a warm atmosphere and has a mix of traditional low tables on tatami mats (you sit on the floor) and western-style tables. It's only open during dinner time from 5 PM but stays open until late at night.
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You can order a wide variety of meat at very reasonable prices. On the cheap side, you can chicken thighs for 460 yen a plate, or some the very succulent harami (beef belly meat) for 2,200 yen on the more expensive side. You can also order all kinds of veggies, stews and noodle dishes aside from the meat.
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If you are in a small group and are unsure about what to order, you might want to try the 13 servings set for 5,980 yen. You'll get to try all kinds of cuts and have a satisfying meal for three.

Yakiniku Panga (Ueno)

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Yakiniku Panga is located a 9-minute walk from the Okachimachi Station, the station next to Ueno on the Yamanote Line.
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It has a warm and beautiful interior decor that creates a relaxing atmosphere in which you can enjoy great halal yakiniku from lunchtime. Lunch sets are around 1,000 yen.
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Go for dinner and you can enjoy more copious course sets that include quality Japanese beef. Course meals range from 3,500 to 7,500 yen in price. They include many different cuts of meat, salads, pickled vegetables and soups.

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