(Visited in February, 2011)
Tokuju (徳寿) is a Japanese Yakiniku (BBQ) restaurant based in Hokkaido. They serve high-quality Wagyu (Japanese beef) and delicious desserts. Their customer service is quite good. Near by my home, there is one branch of Tokuju, so my friend and I went there for Yakiniku lunch!
My friend ordered Yakiniku Sagari lunch (770 yen).
I ordered Manzoku Set A (1080 yen).
First, steamed rice, wakame soup, salad and kimchi were served. Soup was alright, but kimch was good. I believe that refill of rice was free.
Beef Sagari (サガリ: hanging tender) was so tender, slice of pumpkin and onion gave us small happiness.
Sagari, Jingisukan and Tontoro
It was quite long time ago since I ate Jingisukan (ジンギスカン: mutton barbecue) last time. Jingisukan is a Japanese grilled mutton, and it is very popular food in Hokkaido. Tontoro (トントロ: fatty pork) is one of my favorite Yakiniku item, but I usually eat with salt, not with sauce. In lunch time, it seems that all meats are served with sauce. It was tasty, but wanted more tender.
Their décor was simple and easy to use.
As a lunch, I thought their lunch menus were in reasonable price, and quality of meat was quite good. I would like to come back here again for dinner, and definitely want to try their Beef Tongue and other items.
Total: 1850 yen (for 2 people)
Tokuju: Japanese BBQ restaurant