This post was due a few weeks back when I was craving Yakiniku. Nagoya doesn’t compete against Iwa in terms of class, style and presentation… but hey! It’s a buffet. That’s right -all you can eat for 1.5 hours.
There are various buffet options with respective prices. I went for the Wagyu and sashimi option which includes the following and much, much more:
We munched down 2 huge plates of Wagyu. Sliced paper thin, the well-marbled and endless supply of wagyu was a dream come true. The custard was steamy hot and silky as it should be. It was fragrant with the shitake mushrooms… well worth the 15 minute wait.
custard with shitake mushrooms and dried shrimp
This was my first taste of yukke… and I think it was also my last. The raw beef looked slimey and unedible. It was rich with sesame oil and creamy with the egg yolk… but my taste buds didn’t enjoy it.
The takoyaki balls were yummy! No where as good as in Osaka but still delicious.
takoyaki (octopus balls)
king prawns… stil frozen
jellyfish and cucumber salad
beef & tripe
Yakiniku mesh charged at $1 each.
… And we finally finished the 1.5 hour of gorging with a last order of ice-cream and oranges.
Another popular buffet yakiniku is Suminoya… which i will visit soon.
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