This stylish basement grill offers both Japanese craft beers and popular Belgian beers on tap. The meat-centered food menu features a section called "Meat Meat Meat!!!" with grilled pork, chicken, beef, and duck. The Hamburg steak (Y1700), made from a mix of ground beef, pork and duck and topped with a slab of foie gras, is wonderfully flavorful and juicy, and well worth a try.
The beautiful vegetables that make up the bagna cauda plate are photogenic as well as delicious, and the Belgian-style frites are a step up from the usual French fries. There are also plenty of pizzas and pastas if you want something less meat-heavy.
The ten craft beers are heavy on the IPAs, from breweries like North Island, Shiga Kogen and Baird. They're all priced at Y580 and Y880 for medium and large-size servings, while Belgians (Chimay, Leffe, etc.) are Y750-950 per glass. (There are also several Belgian beers in bottles.)
Budget around Y3000 at dinnertime, Y1000 for lunch (which is served until 2:30pm). The Lower Right's happy hour policy is also noteworthy; all draft beers are Y550 for a large glass, or you can get a glass of beer plus a tiny plate of frites and roast beef for around Y1000. Happy hour here runs from 11:30am-7pm - seven and a half hours!
This book will introduce you to more than twenty of Japan's favorite specialty foods that are less well known abroad, along with a guide to the best places in Tokyo to try them and expert tips on what to order. From Bento.com.