Wednesday, February 04, 2015

yakiniku waou

Yesterday, my friend, Hiromi had an unexpected day off, so she contacted me to see if I was free for lunch.

After some walking (and talking), we checked out Yakiniku Waou.

Satoshi and I had dinner here which I wrote about here.

Yakiniku Waou also has a lunch menu, but it is only served during the week.

Hiromi chose the hamburger lunch, this was served with a oroshi-ponzu (grated daikon with citrus soy) or demi-glace sauce. She chose the ponzu sauce.

She liked that the hamburger is 100% wagyu, no fillers...980 yen (tax included). Her lunch came with a salad, rice and a clear soup.

I chose the yakiniku donburi...850 yen (tax included).

This came with a clear soup. The meat was a bit gristly but I liked the flavor overall. There was way too much rice for me to finish.

Pretty laid back during lunch hour, I don't think many people know about this place, yet.

They also have other items on their menu that I want to try...I'll be back.

It was a great day of chatting and eating...thanks Hiromi!


R Y said...

Have you ever tried the wagyu counter in the basement of Sogo in Kobe? It's quite cheap so there's often a long line of people waiting for the 8 or so counter seats. I used to love going there, but always ended up with indigestion because I'd rush eating so others could sit. It's very uncomfortable eating with so many people staring longingly at your seat!

Happy Little Bento said...

Sounds like a fun day!

K and S said...

never been Rona, but know the feeling of having eyes on you while you eat at a about pressure!

it really was Sheri!

Take care you two:)

KirkK said...

Man, that egg yolk is calling to me.

K said...

Ooh yum, both lunches sound delicious!

K and S said...

Japan, probably the only place you can eat raw eggs safely, Kirk!

indeed K!

Take care you two!