Feels a bit touristy, rather than the typical high end feel you get in Tokyo. Meat was ok, but not exceptionally flavorful. Ventilation could be better done.
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The reason for our visit to Miyazaki was for their food, in particular; their beef and chicken. This restaurant did everything right when it came to a fine dining Japanese teppanyaki experience. The meat was as good as it gets and the chef, a pro....More
It was first meal in Japan. as the restaurant was most recommended among tourists, I planned to go together with my family. My child did not like eating meat though, all dishes were good and staffs were very kind. I also recommend toursts having a...More
If you are wondering if this place is any good, let me just state the facts. We went there two nights in a row. The beef is absolutely amazing. We ordered the Excellent sirloins, which were extremely succulent. Recommend getting it done medium rare as...More
We must have been to this restaurant over 10 times. Reasonably priced (but still expensive mind you - after all u r getting the best Japanese wagyu beef in the world - in my humble opinion), down to earth approach, friendly service, decent priced wine....More
This is another favourite restaurant of ours whenever we visit Kyushu. In our 3rd visit, we finally ordered the "best" quality Miyazaki beef which melts in your mouth!
We ask the taxi driver to take us to a good steakhouse for lunch. We did not know what to expect. What a surprise. This place is WAY over the top good. The showmanship, the manners, the food and atmosphere. All put together to make...More
We ask the taxi driver to take us to a very good Miyazaki beef restaurant. He took us here. It is OUTSTANDING. The meal is cooked right before you as you order. All foods are as fresh as can be. You are started with a...More
Visited this restaurant in Nov 2014. Wanted to try the teppanyaki but it was fully booked. So we tried the yakiniku style. We ordered the 600g for two persons! The beef quality was very good and love the marbling! I think the teppanyaki style should...More