This Japanese-inspired restaurant is all about beef; in this case, it’s a selection of the highest grades of Wagyu in the world. The prices differ depending on the amount of marbling in the meat and where it comes from (Australia, the US or Japan). So if you opt for Wagyu from Kagoshima with a marbling rating of A5 (a high amount of marbling), it will cost you a cool $95 per 100g. You can choose precisely how much meat you want and which of the four cooking styles you’d prefer (sukiyaki, shabu-shabu, teppan or charcoal grill) to satisfy your carnivorous cravings.
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