Beef tongue that tastes like a springier version of steak. If you have to choose - pick the regular beef tongue. The special beef tongue is actually a little harder to chew with the extra fat.
I like gyutan so I came to skytree especially for this. I came at 11am and there was no line but after I get in I saw more people coming in and in few minutes it became a snake line. To avoid the line, you...More
One thing I have learned about those extensive food offerings in 'food courts' in Japanese 'malls': go where people line up! This was also the case with Rikyu, in total we waited over 30 minutes (but we had also insisted on table, instead of counter...More
thick ox tounge, super delicious, insane queue. Lucky I went there after lunch but still short queue. A friend of mine went during lunch time and the queue was like more than an hour wait.
walked around the solamachi and choose the specical place of gyutan.the meet was soft and quiet yummy,got power to step again for the other part of the mall.