This beef bowl chain has more than 1200 restaurants all over Japan. It could be easy for international tourists to find the restaurant, if you walk around downtown of big city like Tokyo 東京, Osaka 大阪 and so on.
Beef Plate Meal 牛皿定食
Beef Plate Meal 牛皿定食 Gyuzara Teishoku 498 yen (547 yen including tax)
This set meal is served with beef, rice, miso soup and raw egg.
In Japan, we eat raw egg. Don't worry! It is safe to eat.
Raw egg, mixed with rice and some soy sauce, is a really popular food.
When I got another cup of rice, I made mini beef bowl.
Any kinds of set meals (called Teishoku 定食) include free refills for 24 hours.
When you order a refill the staff will bring you a new cup of rice and a receipt. The receipts are part of their ordering system and do not have any charges associated with them.
Beef Bowl 牛丼
Beef Bowl 牛丼 Gyudon 352 yen
Pork Bowl 豚丼
Pork Bowl 豚丼 Butadon 338 yen
Chicken Spicy Curry チキンスパイシーカレー
Chicken Spicy Curry チキンスパイシーカレー 514 yen
I was not spicy for me.
Veggie Meal ベジ定食
Veggie Meal ベジ定食 Veggie Teishoku 454 yen
* This is seasonal menu.
It is vegetable set meal includes rice and miso soup. There are several kinds of vegetables on the pan.
To be honest, I prefer their beef bowl to this vegetable food because I'm not vegetarian.
Business hours for most restaurants are from morning through night. Although business hours depend on the location, such as inside a shopping mall and so on.
- Consumption tax is not included in the price on the menu.
- English picture menu is available.
- No cover charge / No service fee
- You order at your table. You will pay at the cash desk after finishing your meal.
I introduce some restaurants around main stations in downtown Tokyo.
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Prices and information are as of January 2020.
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