Lunch, Sunday - the place was full of locals. We took the Domestic beef rib which was excellent. We also took the Salted stir-fried soba noodles, which were very good.
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Quite unusual for Japan, but this place is a tourist trap with rather poor service. Waited 20 minutes for a pair of sausage and the beef stew was disgusting. There basically was no beef, just fat. Our complaints about the beef stew were flatly ignored.
What great beer, best stout I’ve had outside of Ireland and still it’s really good. Beautiful dining hall and the bustle and wonderful food smells make you stay and want to try everything; we did our best with the beers, as I alluded before the...More
Built in the 1930s in the style of a German beer hall, the place is a treasure. It is raucous and pretty well always full of people (mainly locals with a smattering of tourists) chug a lugging great quality and value beers and hopping into...More
This place is worth going to as the atmosphere is quite special, for the obvious reason that it looks like an elegant German brasserie. The beers are delicious and the food is quite good considering it's European. A good place to visit in Summer or...More
I prefer this Ginza Lion location to the Shinjuku location because it feels more authentic. The tiled floor and mosaics on the walls create a great beer hall environment and makes you feel as though you have been transported back in time to the restaurant's...More
This is a GREAT Place. It was established in the way back when and I have been going here for almost three decades. If you are in Ginza you have got to check it out. Lion Beer Hall is located right in the heart of...More