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Setsugekka vs Yoroniku Ebisu


What do you think ablut both places?

Deciding between Setsugekka and Yoroniku Ebisu premium course. If anyone has any other suggestion, please let me know

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Another option that came up for me is Oniku Karyu.

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Personally, I don't have a good impression of Yoroniku and voted for Setsugetsuka.

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Thank you Saito-san, how about Oniku Karyu?

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Setsugekka is fantastic. Many of the pieces I had were noticeably better than the same cut at Sato Buriand just days before. E.g. the atsugiri gyutan, and the sirloin with yolk.

The sheer quantity of high-quality wagyu they serve is both a blessing and a curse. On one hand, it’s a fantastic value, but I also started feeling full two thirds through the menu and couldn’t finish the last horumon course. So definitely go hungry! The giant portion of yukhoe with a big scoop of caviar for the first course (photo attached — it’s the width of a tennis ball) definitely sets the scene for both generosity and excess, haha.

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