A relatively new yakiniku place opened up near our station called Yakiniku Waou.
It's up above Family Mart (a convenience store), so you can't really see into the restaurant, making it kinda hard to see if it is popular or not.
We took a chance and had dinner there this past Saturday.
They have a large menu and we decided to try the small portion course which you need to have at least 2 people to order...4000 yen plus tax each.
Dunno why Japan likes to make these constrictive rules on course menus...kind of hampers us trying two different course menus...
Anyway, our dinner started off with a large salad, nothing quite out of the ordinary here though I loved the crunchy sweet potato chips on top!
There was also 3 different banchan (fern shoots, soy bean sprouts and spinach), delicious!
And then came the beef tongue...cooked for just a little bit and then a little squeeze of lemon...so good! Melt in your mouth.
Chateaubriand and Sirloin Steak...
When Satoshi and I put the cooked piece of chateaubriand into our mouths we looked at each other because the meat just melted!
The sirloin was just as tender too.
And then some ribeye roast...this wasn't as melt in your mouth as the others but still very tasty.
They had also given us three different sauces but we didn't really use them, just the salt and pepper that most of the meats were seasoned with were enough.
Reimen (cold noodles) the salty broth reminded me of saimin broth and the noodles had a nice chew to them.
It was my first time to have these cold noodles with a slice of apple in it. It gave the whole dish a sweet-salty combination which I enjoyed.
To end we had a choice of vanilla, strawberry or matcha ice cream...I chose strawberry while Satoshi had matcha.
We agreed the quality of the meat here was way better than Mooh! and when we come back, we'll order a la carte instead of their course menu.
We'll be back.
2-2-14 Ishibashi 2F
Lunch : weekdays only 11:00-14:00