You can easily find "family restaurants" anywhere in Japan. They are popular with all groups of people because of their wide variety of menu, reasonable prices, and quick and great service. Here is a list of best family restaurant chains you need to try!
Wagyu (Japanese beef) is one of the must-haves dishes, besides sushi, in Japan. Shima is a famous steakhouse in Tokyo, offering incredible wagyu steak and well-known delicious steak sandwich. This article is a guide to Shima, including the menu and prices. Meat lovers must go!!
Ikinari Steak has branches all over Japan and is wildly popular. What they offer is good quality steak at a very reasonable price. What more can you ask for when you're hungry and craving a huge steak?
Beef Kitchen Stand is a Spanish style dining bar located at a 3-minute walk from the Seibu Shinjuku Station, in the Kabukicho district, in Shinjuku, Tokyo. You can have some beefsteak and Hamburg steak for just ¥290! This is one of the best places for a cheap eat in the area!
Whether grilled or teppanyaki style, these are some of the best places in Sapporo for steak! Some of this selection are high-end restaurants while others are quite cheap. All of them are restos very popular with the locals that you can't go wrong with!
Located at just a 5-minute walk from the Shibuya Station, Queens Steak & Burger serves authentic American steak. It's the kind of quality you'd expect to find at fancy restaurants in Ginza or Roppongi, except that the price is a lot more affordable. You can enjoy dry-aged beef, T-bones and smoked tomahawk steaks among other things.
If your appetite for Hamburg steak (hambaagu) is insatiable, head to Kuishinbo for huge hambaagu of up to 1kg!
Nikubaru Gaburi is only 1 min. from Shibuya Station. Here, you can enjoy plenty of delicious meat. You can also try the 1 pound (450g) assortment of rib roast steak! If you have an insatiable appetite for steak, go to Gaburi!
BACCA GRILL&FARMERS is a restaurant in Shinjuku, Tokyo, where you can have the great huge meat dish called "manga niku (meat in English)". Come and try it with your friends!