Find out what Steakhouse restaurants to try in Inagi. Inagi (稲城市, Inagi-shi) is a city located in the western portion of Tokyo Metropolis, Japan. As of 1 February 2016, the city had an estimated population of 87,927, and a population density of 4890 persons per km². Its total area is 17.97 square kilometres (17,970,000 m).
Things to do in Inagi
4 based on 21 reviews
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3 based on 46 reviews
Right inside the Ajinomoto Stadium compound, and in front of the family restaurant Royal Host, this restaurant also gets really busy after a football/soccer game on weekend.If you are going in at this hour, be sure to sign up at the list at the counter to have your name called.The food is mainly steaks and grills. The cheapest one being the chicken grill up to the sirloin steak.When you order one of them, you get a whole variety of salad bar with it.Depending on the season, the salad bar consists of all you can eat rice, curry, salads, fruits, pancakes (sometimes) and ice cream (sometimes).You could get full just by eating the salad bar so watch out!
4 based on 21 reviews
It is located in northeastern area of Yokohama city and near Tama-plaza station of Den-en-toshi line . They serve variety of "yakiniku"(roast meat) menu at reasonable price covering "a la calte", lunch menu and "full-course dinner". It is a populara restaurant and a prior booking is recomended.
4 based on 28 reviews
5 based on 1294 reviews
Went there with a friend. Both of us got the 8 Meat-Type meal which included some sides.The meat was amazing, but also the sides like kimchi, seaweed, tofu and roast beef.In the end we also got a wagyu sushi and ice cream each, which also where amazing.
5 based on 637 reviews
This place is incredible. The most entertaining chefs and the best food I have had in Japan. The dessert Korean pancake was the icing on the cake. Thank you for an amazing meal, from an very happy and full Irish Rugby Fan x
4 based on 108 reviews
The entrance is designed in the image of an auberge in southern France and features a lacquered zelkova beam and lintel architecture. The restaurant, with its array of Japanese and western antique furniture, has an atmosphere where art-nouveau and Japanes
Was there with 2 business friends for lunch and we had a excellent experience. Want to go back if can. The restaurant is a 2 story building made from wood from old houses that were relocated.Service is excellent, as you would expect from a high class Japanese restaurant: warm welcome, guided to your table. We had a cook for our own, preparing servicing a excellent meal with abalone, fish and kobe beef. After lunch, coffee and dessert on the 1st floor. Walk thru the nice garden.
4 based on 206 reviews
Most of the reviews for this place are for the beef croquette downstairs of this restaurant. Upstairs is the sit-down Matsuzaka beef wonderland. Given the price difference between the two floors, it makes sense that most people stick to the croquettes. However, given the time and budget, I would recommend getting some of the best Matsuzaka beef you can find. It brings a bit of a tear to the eye recollecting the flavor.
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