This Restaurant in Japan Has an Eat-All-You-Can Meat Course
Unleash your inner carnivore.
If you have three hours and the stomach space to spare, drop by Kome-to-tori Nagaya no Jirocho (Yurakucho Branch) in Tokyo. The restaurant has started offering a 180-minute eat-all-you-can course of marbled Japanese black cattle (A3 grade), black pork, and beef tongue.
There are two ways to enjoy these meats: Shabu Shabu (Japanese hot pot) and Sukiyaki (beef cooked in one pot with a sweetened sauce, and served with a raw egg). Our tip: Ask for the pot to be divided in two, so you can try both cooking styles at once.
Another thing to rave about is the rice. Kome-to-tori Nagaya no Jirocho serves Donabe Gohan (pot-cooked rice) made using Uonuma Koshihikari, a popular rice made in Japan.
Eat as much as you want in 180 minutes at ¥4,990.
Provided by Walkerplus™ and Tokyo Walker™ (18 October 2017)