This Restaurant in Kobe Specializes in Lamb Meat

Even those who haven't had lamb, will enjoy the dishes here.


Grilled Lamb Skewers Specialty Restaurant Hitsuji no Ikkyu
1/F KW Building, 2-1-4 Shimoyamatedori, Chuo District, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture
Contact: +81-78-333-5002
Open from 5 p.m. to 12 a.m. daily
How to get there: It is a 2-minute walk from Hankyukobe Sannomiya Station


The popular charcoal-grilled chicken specialty restaurants 
Niwatoriya and Gyoza no Ikkyu has opened its sister restaurant that serves lamb meat. This restaurant offers a good range of Australian and New Zealand grass-fed lamb dishes.


Grilled lamb skewers (¥150), fried lamb spare ribs (¥890), glass of wine (¥490), lamb boiled dumplings (¥490)


The recommended menu items at this restaurant are lamb skewers that can be ordered from a single skewer such as
Jingisukan (Mongolian Barbeque), red meat, and tsukune (meatball). You can enjoy dishes with your preferred seasoning using original tabletop spices.


Keema Curry-style Lamb Soboro-don (¥490) with sweet and spicy sauce garam masala


The fried lamb spare ribs are cooked with their original combination of spices such as Korean pepper, dried shrimp, garlic and cumin—appetizing. Boiled dumplings made with minced lamb and pork are the perfect match for the refreshing sauce made with a black vinegar base with a touch of coriander. In addition, you can enjoy choosing a special natural wine from the showcase.


A simple color scheme that mixes undressed concrete and wood grain. Open kitchen eaves create a Taiwanese stall-like atmosphere


"The food is seasoned so that even people who are not used to lamb meat can eat it. We welcome solo diners, too! Please come and visit our restaurant for your busy every day "break," said store manager, Yoji Hashimoto. 


Provided by Japan Walker™, Walkerplus™, and Kansai Walker™ (21 February 2020)


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