Updated： November 28, 2018
5 Affordable Yakiniku Restaurants In Ginza
Ginza is known for its many high-end restaurants that can cost up to ¥30,000 per evening. There are some much more affordable options, however. Here are 5 yakiniku restaurants that are really good and that will cost you at most ¥5,000.
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Kollabo has a couple of addresses in Tokyo, including one in Ginza. It serves good quality meat (A4 or A5 rank) but the price isn't too expensive. They offer three courses that range in price from ¥2,900 to ¥4,900. You can also order a la carte individual meat plates that are around ¥700 each. The meat is grilled on a charcoal burner which is said by purist to be the best way to grill yakiniku. The restaurant is essentially a Korean restaurant so they have excellent traditional Korean dishes as well!
Aside from having excellent quality meat at a reasonable, this place is great because they have many private rooms in which you can really relax in good company. At night, it should cost you around ¥5,000 and for lunch, you can eat there for ¥1,000 to ¥2,000.
Pyonpyonsha Ginza Una
Ginza Una is unbeatable in terms of quality at a reasonably low price. For ¥3,000 to ¥4,000, you can have a true yakiniku feast with tender meat, a few drinks, and some side dishes. This is one of the most popular yakiniku restaurants of the Ginza area not just for the meat, but also for its signature "reimen" dish (cold noodles) that most people eat as a last order of their meal. The combination of yakiniku and this cold noodle dish made with a beef broth makes for a unique yakiniku experience you'll surely remember.
Yakiniku Izakaya Maru Meat
This is a clean and modern western-style yakiniku restaurant. They have good quality meat (going up to A5 grade) and some super original creations such as the Uniku, which is sea urchin topped on a slice of meat! The oiliness and umami of the sea urchin blend perfectly with the one of the meat to create something truly heavenly. The staff grills this one for you. It's a must-try if you go. Note that this restaurant also has a good selection of wines. Courses for four start at ¥5,000 per person.
Horumon Dedesuke is a nice restaurant that has a very relaxing decor that is a mix of sleek and stylish and traditional. It specializes in horumon (offals), but you'll find plenty of non horumon cuts as well on the menu. They have plenty of cheap options here but you can also have some top quality wagyu beef if you pay some more (e.g. ¥3,000 per serving).
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