Trias Dining is a recently opened restaurant in Shibuya, Tokyo. It's a very elegant restaurant where people can come to unwind and try the delicious and healthy cuisine.
Manten is only a 3-minute walk from Shinjuku Station's West Exit. Including beef and pork, there are about 40 kinds of innards to choose from here. You can cook the meat on a BBQ grill right inside the restaurant. Of course, this resto is awesome for those who love innards, but those who've never had it before will love it too!
Mercer Brunch in Roppongi serves amazing brunch and delicious meat-centered Italian cuisine in an open-air setting. You can easily go here on a date or for a business meeting, or even a night out with friends. The NY-style atmosphere will make you feel relaxed and you're bound to have an amazing time.
A 2-minute walk from JR Ebisu Station's West Exit, "Kairi" is a delightful restaurant which specializes in shrimps. The specialty is "shrimp shabu shabu" which uses 1 Kg of red shrimps! It makes for a rare experience because you will probably never have the chance to eat this many shrimps again! The menu is a shrimp lover's dream come true, you should also try their other famous shrimp dishes at Kairi!
Seikou-En is located a 3-minute walk from the Daikanyama station or a 5-minute walk from the Ebisu station. You can have there an omakase course that you customize to your liking. Favy went there to try it out! The meat used for the course is black cattle Japanese beef from Kyushu. It was surprisingly of good value. Definitely worth the go!
If you're looking to spend a nice evening in central Tokyo sipping on fruit cocktails and tasting some original modern dishes, then Yotsu Bar is the place to go. Conveniently located in Shibuya, at a walking distance from the Harajuku-Omotesando area.
Tannosuke, located near Akihabara Station, specializes in Gyutan, or beef tongue. Gyutan is one of the things you must try while in Japan! It is very popular among Japanese people. Give gyutan a try at Tannosuke.
If you're interested in sumo culture, you definitely need to stop by Ryogoku Station to wander around and take in as much as you can about this fascinating sport. At Tokyo Shouten, you can discover many types of Japanese sake and order it directly from a vending machine and drink it nearby a sumo arena!
Ivorish is located on the 2nd floor of the Solamachi mall, at the very base of the Tokyo Skytree. It serves a new kind of French toast that anyone with a sweet tooth will fall in love with!