This Restaurant in Osaka Is Known for Its Affordable and Juicy T-Bone Steaks
Only the highest grade of Angus beef is used.
Ore no Bistro & Bakery
Unagidani Square 1, 1-19-11 Higashi Shinsaibashi, Chuo District, Osaka
Contact: +81-6-4708-5900 (Bistro), +81-6-4708-5907 (Bakery)
Open from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. on weekdays, and 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. on weekends and Japanese holidays. The bakery is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
How to get there: It’s a 3-minute walk from Shinsaibashi Subway Station.
Ore no Bistro & Bakery is part of the “Ore no” group, which includes the popular Ore no Italian and Ore no French. Apart from French and Italian food, dishes from other cuisines are prepared by chefs and served at prices lower than those offered at expensive restaurants. Ore no Bakery also opened its first branch in the Kansai area.
T-bone Steak New York Style is grilled at 900 degrees Celsius.
Their famous T-bone Steak New York Style (¥4,298/1kg) is made by grilling a huge T-bone meat in an oven at 900 degrees Celsius. The oven used by the establishment is only one of the two American 900-degree ovens found in the Kansai area. Although the dish looks a bit overwhelming, the steak is actually very tender and is grilled just right to achieve an elegant taste that will surprise you.
The meat is grilled for a short period of time to preserve its umami flavor.
In order to keep the original taste of the meat, salt and melted butter are the only seasonings used.
Only the highest grade of Angus Beef is used by the restaurant.
It took Ore no Bistro & Bakery a long time before they discovered the tastiest way of cooking Angus beef. They found out that grilling the meat at 900 degrees Celsius produces the perfect balance of umami, juiciness, and tenderness. Aside from this, they’re known for cooking their meats more carefully than steak restaurants in New York.
You can enjoy their meats at an affordable price if you share it with a group. Other delicious dishes like pasta and potato salad are also offered by the establishment.
“Using high-quality ingredients while offering delicious dishes at affordable prices to cater to many people is our main concept. We are happy to be recognized for such. Please enjoy our steaks with a taste and quantity that no other restaurant can provide,” says the chief chef, Kazunami Kawabata.
The white and brown interiors of the restaurant create a calm and chic vibe.
It is easily accessible from Shinsaibashi Station.
The Wagyu Beef Tomahawk Steak (¥4,298/500g) uses ribs with bones. Get a taste of the tender meat and sweet beef tallow special to the Wagyu Beef.
The classic French Tenderloin Steak Truffle Sauce (Rossini Style, ¥2,678) is prepared by the chief chef.
Tsurumiku Oyama Chikusan’s “Naniwa Boshi no Buta” Pork Loin is served with a bone, grilled at 900 degrees, and Romesco Sauce (¥1,706).
Duck fillet with roasted framboise sauce and steamed vegetables (¥1,922) consists of 300 grams of duck meat roasted at a low temperature.
Provided by Japan Walker™, Walkerplus™, and Kansai Walker™ (14 March 2019)