Wagyu Yankiniku Feast! @Rokkasen

Address〒160-0023 Tokyo, Shinjuku, Nishishinjuku

Websitewww.rokkasen.co.jp/en/index.html

Related : Yakiniku Great, DADUMInakaya, Han Ga Ram

Beef, Beef and Beef! If you are a lover of beef, Wagyu and getting value for money, this is the place for you.

Rokkasen, though not known for their comfortable seating and high-end decorations, is definitely one place that satisfies your love of Wagyu. All-You-Can-Eat, high quality Wagyu Beef at reasonable prices is what they are known for. Located in the popular Shinjuku district, Rokkasen is easily accessible and has menus of many languages to suit their international customers.

Yakiniku (grill), Shabu Shabu or Sukiyaki all-you-can-eat, is what is on offer, with a few á-la-carte options for smaller appetites. Prices depend on the quality of beef, with the same options for other non-beef items. All-you-can-drink is also available, starting at 1050Yen to around 2000 Yen for the alcoholic option.

So hop on a plane and come try Rokkasen, you will be hugging your belly at the end f the evening!


Matuzaka fillet

Matuzaka Beef – Tongue, Short-rib, Sirloin, Fillet

  • Buttery and melt-in-your-mouth, this is some high-quality Wagyu!
  • Fillet was less fatty than the Sirloin, though all items had a mellow Beef flavor.

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Crab Legs (right) and Scallops

  • Par-boiled to allow for a quicker cook, Crab legs were sweet and cracked open for ease-of-eating. YUM.
  • Scallops came seasoned in soy sauce, generous size, but wasn’t anything memorable.

bimbimbap beef

Bimbimbap (left)

  • Came sizzling, with prawn, Spinach, Kimchi and Mushrooms.
  • Crispy rice that is well-seasoned and not overcooked. Great accompaniment to all the meat!

Grilled Sirloin (right)

mushroom dessert

Mixed Mushroom (left)

  • Lightly dressed in red-miso, the mushrooms were fresh and great on the grill.
  • Miso provided and hint of sweetness.

Mochi Dessert

  • Vanilla ice cream filled Mochi, topped with Strawberry coulis and a chocolate stick.
  • Standard and expected dessert from an all-you-can-eat restaurant.

Author: foodiejem

Yum Critic that currently resides in Hong Kong. Frequent traveller and foodie that also enjoys sampling dishes from the far reaches of the world!

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