Good quality Japanese beef at new eatery Ito-Kacho
Published on Mar 23, 2013 7:00 PM
You don't have to pay a bomb for good-quality Japanese beef, at least not at Ito-Kacho.
The yakiniku restaurant in Mandarin Gallery is an offshoot of a Tokyo restaurant and gets its chilled wagyu beef from black cows flown in from Kyushu through its parent company's contacts, and passes its savings on to customers. You can eat well here for about $100 a person, which is not cheap but considerably less than many Japanese restaurants here.
There are various cuts of meat available for barbecuing, ranging from lean cuts such as flank to the most expensive premium short rib which boasts tender, well-marbled meat.
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