- Marina Tsuji
[Tokyo] 5 Restaurants with Unique All-you-can-eat Options, From Tempura to Maguro and More
All-you-can-eat deals are fantastic for those who want to eat a lot of good food while keeping costs down. There are many restaurants in Tokyo that offer unusual all-you-can-eat plans of such dishes as tempura, maguro (tuna), and roast beef. Here are five recommended restaurants.
1. Roast Beef: Bistro Bambina Shinjuku East Exit Ekimae Branch
Bistro Bambina Shinjuku East Exit Ekimae Branch is located in a great location just 1 minute from Shinjuku Station. The restaurant has a calm and quiet atmosphere with tables with views of Shinjuku as well as private rooms. The restaurant's signature menu item is the All-you-can-eat Double Meat (1,299 JPY (excl. tax)), an amazing all-you-can-eat plan of homemade roast beef and dry-cured ham for 75 minutes. The melty softness of the meats and the volume are sure to satisfy! It is only available for three groups a day (first come first serve), so make a reservation before you go.
2. Steak: Meat Kakiyasu LUMINE Shinjuku Branch
Meat Kakiyasu LUMINE Shinjuku Branch is a place to enjoy steak from a famous butcher along with creative homemade deli items. It is on the 7th floor of a mall just 1 minute from Shinjuku Station, making it convenient to stop by when shopping. It is a great venue to enjoy flavorful steaks and hamburger steaks in a bright, clean setting with wood tones. The Hamburger Steak (1,600 JPY (excl. tax)) and Steak (3,500 JPY (excl. tax)) made with Matsuzaka beef, which is the most luxurious of Japanese wagyu beef, are recommended! Order a grilled item and get other all-you-can-eat deli dishes, such as macaroni salad, seaweed salad, and fantastic desserts!
3. Japanese Cuisine Indluding Tempura: Sawaki
Sawaki is located just 3 minutes from Tochomae Station and offers bottomless servings of 60 freshly prepared Japanese dishes. The restaurant has a relaxing Japanese-style decor with warm wood tones and recessed lighting. Its most popular menu item is the Order-style All-you-can-eat (3,500 JPY (incl. tax))! It includes bottomless servings of numerous Japanese dishes, such as tempura, masuzushi (pressed sushi of vinegared trout), shabu-shabu (sliced meat parboiled with vegetables) and sukiyaki (hot pot stew) for 2.5 hours. The food is prepared after the order is placed so you can enjoy it freshly made. The course is 4,200 JPY (incl. tax)) if you include unlimited drinks.
4. Maguro: UO SAN ZOU Asakusabashi Branch
UO SAN ZOU Asakusabashi Branch, located just 1 minute from Asakusabashi Station, is a place to savor in fresh seafood procured directly from the source. All seating is in private rooms so you can relax and enjoy a meal in your own space. All-you-can-eat plans of seasonal seafood, such as the All Maguro Course (3,480 JPY (incl. tax)) of eight items such as rare maguro cutlet, maguro sashimi, seafood fried rice and dessert and the All Crab Course (5,980 JPY (incl. tax)), are hugely popular. Both courses come with bottomless drinks for two hours.
5. Italian Cuisine: P Jimbocho Branch
P Jimbocho Branch is a casual Italian-style bar-restaurant located just 1 minute from Jimbocho Station, where you can enjoy all-you-can-eat tapas that changes daily. The restaurant has bright red walls and warm wood tones with counter seating appropriate for solo diners as well as tables and terrace seating. Order a dish and pick as much as you want from a selection of eight to ten tapas dishes that change daily. There is also an option to get bottomless draught beer, wine, sour cocktails and other cocktails for 30 minutes at 380 JPY. You'll make the drinks yourself, so you can adjust the strength and quantity to your liking. Ask a staff member for detailed advice on how to make original cocktails and how to adjust the strength.
Restaurants that offer unique all-you-can-eat plans such as of Japanese food including tempura and shabu-shabu, as well as maguro, crab, and roast beef were introduced in this article. You are sure to be satisfied with both the flavors and volume at these places, so stop by after seeing the sights!
*Please note that the information in this article is from the time of writing or publication and may differ from the latest information.
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