Akasaka: Steak house
511 (Akasaka: Steak house)
Open 11:30am-2, 6-10:30pm (LO). Closed Sundays.

The concept at this steak specialist is kaiseki-style cuisine showcasing the highest grades of Kobe beef, grilled to perfection in the kitchen's specially made brick ovens. Prix-fixe dinners run from Y13,000, and a typical dinner menu might include items like beef tongue sashimi, sushi and chazuke in addition to steak. There are also monthly special dinners priced at Y5,000 and Y10,000, and wine-pairing dinners for Y18,000. Lunch is a real bargain, starting at Y1500.

Minato-ku, Akasaka 4-3-28, Dear Plaza Akasaka B1F.
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