English Reviews (Reviews Total Language : 107 reviews)
“Juicy & Tender Kobe & Wakyu steak but pricy”
Kobe Misano is on the 5th floor of Aoyama building. You must look for a sign in directory board and in the lift. The atmosphere of the restaurant is quiet dark decided in to small room fitting 8-10 people or an open area table somewhat feel like Chinese restaurant to me. There are a few menu set cat...egorized by quality, type, and weight of meat, i.e. Wakyu, Kobe, price starting from around ¥15,000 to ¥30-40-50,000 per set. Salad, soup, dessert are included in the set menu. Our Chef is originally from Turkey and thus have no problem to chat with foriegn customers. My wife and I found that the basic ¥ 14,x00 Wakyu just taste almost good as Kobe with much less price. Anyway the steak, cooked tepanyaki style, cut in to small pieces, good soft &tendered as it should be. Left over small shred meat from a cut is also cooked longer till it reach brown color serve with lots of grilled garlic and veggies, mainly bean sprout. My only complained is that it is pricy!
Visited November 2019
The meal was fantastic and the beef was unbelievable. Our chef was great, too. It could be difficult to find the place. Better get a reservation. Be ready for a heavy duty bill.
Visited November 2019
“A very Expensive but Worthwhile Experience”
The dinner service was rather expensive but we opted to try anyway. Ordered the Misono Kobe Beef Set and the beef was fantastic. This was about the best tenderness of any beef consumed previously. Can't have this everyday but would definitely have this when next in Kobe again.
Visited June 2019
Sadly this was a very poor restaurant with no atmosphere, little service and mediocre food. We have had teppanyaki in three other cities in Japan and each was marvelous. This felt cheap despite the VERY high cost of the meal to us. There must be much better places to experience Kobe beef in Kobe.
Visited May 2019
“Bucket List Worthy”
The food itself, the A4 and A5 wagyu, is worth the visit. But once you add the view and theater of the service... it's a homerun. They only use spatulas, which have a hard time cutting through the veggies in the other courses, but slice through the Kobe Beef like butter.
Visited March 2019