Updated： March 13, 2019
Lunch in Ginza on the cheap! 5 best lunch specials!
Looking for some cheap eats in chick Ginza? These five restaurants are really worth the try for their awesome value for the price (around ¥1,000) and original items. The list even includes wagyu beef and foie gras!
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Ginza Foie Gras
This is has got to be one of the best, most original cheap specials in Ginza. It's a donburi bowl with foie gras as a topping, nothing less! The rare dish is limited to 30 servings and is only available on Monday. It comes with a Japanese-style soup called suimono too. You might think that eating foie gras in Ginza might be hard on your wallet, but this special is just ¥1,000! Definitely worth the try if you're in Ginza at the right time.
Located near Higashi-Ginza station, Gyuan serves really good quality Japanese beef for cheap at lunchtime. You won't believe the value you get for your money. The meat is incredibly tender and packed with umami. You can get it done either teppan-style or have it as a beef patty. Lunch sets are just around ¥1,000.
Hibiki is a bar near Uchisaiwaicho station well-known for this lunch special that meat-lovers rave about. It's a 'gyu harami' donburi. The gyu harami part is the super tender meat, one of the best part of the cattle. The ¥1,000 menu item is limited to just 15 a day. It comes with ponzu sauce or a gochujang spicy Korea sauce.
Ginza 300 Bar Next
This is a ¥300 bar where you can get drinks and food for that price. It's actually a really good choice for lunch! If you’re feeling hungry, the Cuban Sandwich is a must try! The inside is filled with tender pork, pickles and homemade sauce, while the outer layer is grilled to a perfect crisp. The Jerk chicken rice is pretty filling too. Of course, while you are there, you have to try their Cuban embassy-certified mojito!
This place serves irresistible huge meatballs that are really popular. You can also have teppan-style steak or the chicken set meal for around ¥1,000.
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