Author: Posh Eater
So much food, so little time. That’s what I thought on my recent visit to Tokyo. As a meat lover I can’t deny the taste of great beef. So I went to this Japanese steak house by a friend’s recommendation. I was having a problem with my Google map so I asked a local and he kindly guide me straight to the restaurant.
Ikinari Steak house is tiny with a few high seats complete with assorted condiments, as far as eyes can see. The waiter and chef here are so friendly and helpful. The open kitchen shows you how they prepare the steak. And the meat is super fresh, nothing frozen. My mouth was drolling as the fragrant fills the room.
Tenderloin Steak (¥2,700/300g): The meat was so soft and burst with flavor. I died and went to foodie heaven.
Sirloin Steak (¥2,460/300g): Australian Naruo Court Beef. It was succulent and melted in my mouth.
Rib Eye Steak (¥2,070/300g): This grain fed beef was also incredibly tasty and juicy. Their signature onion sauce was heaven sent. It was great!
I can tell you that this isn’t gonna be my last visit to Ikinari Steak. The steak and side dishes was fantastic and marked a powerful memory on my tastebud. I would very much recommended this restaurant for all of you meat lovers.
〒104-0061 Tōkyō-to, Chūō-ku, Ginza, 6 Chome−4−14, 銀座ベルビューホテル
Mon – Sun 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM