- Kobe Beef / Wagyu Beef
3 minutes from Kinshicho Station, JB22, south exit.
- Private Room
- Non-Smoking Seats
- Free Wi-Fi
- Online Booking
- All You Can Drink Plan
Concept :When it comes to a romantic dinner, teppanyaki may not be the first thing that pops into one’s mind. But, Ryuduki Teppan, which has impressed many a guest over the years with its authentic Japanese teppanyaki and French dishes, is an exception to be reckoned with. Furnished with a 14-seat marble counter inlaid with precious blue cat’s eye stones, the restaurant has become famous in town for serving some of the finest Japanese wagyu beef from Kobe and Saga.
Key Points :But Ryuduki Teppan wouldn’t be as well known as it is now without the unique dining experience that it has to offer. From the Swarovski crystal chandelier encased in glass near the entrance to upholstered booth seating with pendant lamps and a luxury private room accommodating up to 20 guests, the restaurant’s tranquil setting enables guests to enjoy fine dining in peace.
Recommended Dishes :. Besides serving premium wagyu beef in full-course meals (¥9,500-¥24,000), Ryuduki Teppan prepares different kinds of seafood, such as lobster and abalone, straight from a fish tank in its kitchen on an iron griddle. The chef’s recommended full-course meal, however, is Course Etolie (¥15,000), which comprises 2 kinds of amuse-bouche, seasonal appetizers, farm-to-table vegetable teppanyaki, Japanese black wagyu sirloin or teppanyaki fillet steak and dessert. All course meals can be paired with various kinds of wine (¥4,000 for 3 glasses/¥6,000 for 4 glasses).
- SUZUKI Bldg. 6F, 4-25-5 Kotobashi, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
- 3 minutes from Kinshicho Station, JB22, south exit.
- 03-5600-7715(Please mention JAPAN RESTAURANT.net for making reservations)
- Mon-Sun: 4pm~1am (L.O 12am)
- Closed On:
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