Incredible food! The steak meal includes 2 appetizers, waygu beef, fried rice, soup, and desert for about 8,900 yen. In my mind, absolutely worth every penny!!!!!
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This is my fourth time visiting this restaurant in Shinjuku and it has never disappointed my family and friends. The sukiyaki with premium beef is always good and very consistent. Somehow I suspect it’s the sukiyaki sauce they use. I had another sukiyaki with Hida...More
Japanese restaurant where everything is really great, we ordered lobsters and meat. You'll have a cook at your disposal who will cook in front of you, it was a nice experience. The staff was very friendly and helpful. I strongly recommend this experience.
Michele Thank you so much for visiting us! and Thank you very much for your review. We are very grateful. We hope you enjoyed our Teppanyaki. Please come back soon! Thank you again!
Very attentive and friendly service. The Teppanyaki area on the ground floor is not too big which adds up to a pleasant athmosphere. We both had the steak&seafood menu which was excellent. Quality and also the presentation of the food were excellent. Comes with a...More
Was recommended this by our concierge. We opted for the beef and seafood sets. The Australian beef is half the price of the Japanese and it was delicious. Nice appetisers and salad. The chef and staff spoke English and the experience was nice. We had...More
Great teppanyaki restaurant, not the cheapeat, but all ingredients were tasty and nice, especially the beef! Staff is helpfull and friendly. Alyhough in a tourist area quite some locals eat herr as well. Would reccommend to choose one of the set dinner arrangements
Fabulous personalised service, whole live lobster, great beef, good wine - the works - but you pay for it. Yen40000 for two. Travelled as a (mature age Australian foodie) couple to Japan in April/May 2017 - extensively by JR rail, air BnB Tokyo, hotels elsewhere....More
Please be aware that going by the photographs posted many people have reviewed this lovely restaurant under the name " Kurumaya " and rightly so as the name is not " Kurumaya Bejan". We ( including our son's Japanese friend)were looking for a place to...More
My family consisting of 4 adults and 2 children visited this restaurant in Shinjuku and the result was great. The menus were easy to follow and the staff were absolutely fantastic. Ensure that you make a booking as the seats at the cooking counter are...More