Keep My Meet, Yakiniku Evolved


Keep My Meet, Yakiniku Evolved

New York’s YAKINIKU FUTAGO NYC now offers their Michelin Star delicacies from a luxurious space in Tokyo. The restaurant serves yakiniku fusion-style cuts with a unique and playful twist—treasure chests of meat with dishes served in Japanese garden-like displays including minced meat shaped and fried to look like rocks. The Owner’s Beef system offers choice meats for purchase to be kept in the restaurant’s cellar for up to ninety days. Choice cuts. Your very own choice cuts waiting for you when you arrive.

YAKINIKU FUTAGO 37 West 17th St.
Address: HULIC & New SHINBASHI 2F, 2-11-10 Shinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 03-6550-8725
Opening hours: 5pm-12 midnight
Closed: Irregular
A luxurious space with private rooms for the most discriminating foodie.
Domestic Japanese beef with an A5 rank, a delicious flavor that melts in your mouth. Two courses available. “Union Square” and “Chelsea.”


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