A grilled meat restaurant that uses A5 wagyu lean meat to make creative dishes.
"Nikugatou", a grilled meat restaurant located in the back street of Ningyo-cho in Tokyo, specializes in lean meat. "I want make Japan energetic by meat." said the owner Mr. Takeshi Miura. The name of the restaurant "Nikugatou" comes from the Japanese word "Arigatou" which means thank you, the owner wants to thank "meat" as if he is thanking a person, for giving his life to the consumers. "I want customers to taste not only the quality and deliciousness of the meat, but also feel the love and hard work from the producer to the beef. " the owner says.
The beef used in the course is chosen by the owner who talked to different supplier to find the best A5 wayu. According to the condition, the wagyu provided is different everyday. The meat is cooked in different ways: charcoal grilling, roasted, and meat sushi. Their original dish "tournedos rossini wagyu lamp and foie gras with truffle sauce" is a signature dish. The "lemon sour" made from frozen lemon matches well with the grilled meat. There are about 20 to 22 different original grilled meat dishes provided and also aged beef that only frequent customers or related people can enjoy. The "hot box" is fully equipped to supply the meat from the course.
There are Italian-bar style counter seats and table seats. The private room (8 to 18 people) is located on the second floor for VIPs. Because many international customers have found out about us by word of mouth, so we provide English and Chinese service too. They have "meat cake" that is available upon request and welcome any meat-lovers to visit!
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