English Reviews (Reviews Total Language : 151 reviews)
Very delicious. You must try!! You can even buy ox younger package back home but it will expire in a day, so the best way is to have it within a day.
Visited April 2018
“Love their extra thick cut beef tongue ”
A must try for extra thick cut beef tongue set at ¥2,150 - beef lovers will definitely love it. We also order Omugi beef steak, this dish is too well done.
Visited December 2017
“First time for this special dish.”
It's beef tongue. I'd never had it before.I'd call it salty meaty goodness. I think it tastes similar to sirloin. A colleague says more like brisket. Either way, it was attractive in both taste and presentation. The place was jammed with customers. And yet I was served quickly. The meat was cooked p...erfectly medium rare to my taste. The barley rice combination and soup served with were equally good. Go enjoy. It's not gourmet food. Just really good.
Visited November 2017
“Good for gyuutan beginners”
Date no Gyuutan specializes in beef tongue. You can either get a teishoku (set meal) with the standard gyutan, rice and soup, or you can order a variety of small dishes to share. We did the latter, and it was pretty good. We had a vegetable stick dish with a miso/gyutan dip. Tankatsu, which is gyuu...tan served in a deep fried tonkatsu-style. Cured gyuutan. Regular Japanese gyuutan. Gyuutan in tsukune sticks. It was a great way for gyuutan newbies to become familiar with the dish in a lot of different ways. I have had better gyuutan, though, at the yatai in Hakata. And the gyuutan you can get at a Tohoku-style restaurant in Tokyo is more or less the same quality as here. But for gyuutan beginners, this is a pretty good place to start, since you can try it out in so many different ways.
Visited November 2015
“Grilled tongue like no other”
Grilled beef tongue became a Sendai specialty during the American occupation when it was one part of the cow not consumed on the bases. Local Japanese had an inspiration regarding the meat and we should all be thankful. This main shop, near the Washington Hotel across from Sendai Station, has the st...yle to do it right. Carefully grilled tongue, served with barley-mixed rice, oxtail soup, and pickled vegetables is worth more than one visit, if you don't overeat the first time. Go for the 1.5 serving, which is an enjoyable amount.
Visited March 2015