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US Style Steakhouse in Tokyo

Old Dec 14, 22, 7:34 pm
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US Style Steakhouse in Tokyo

Any recommendations for a US style steakhouse in Tokyo?
Not interested in wagyu or teppanyaki. Have a craving for a nice big steak and all the sides. Haven't been out of Japan in awhile and have a craving.

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Old Dec 14, 22, 7:50 pm
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Originally Posted by hijiji
Any recommendations for a US style steakhouse in Tokyo?
Not interested in wagyu or teppanyaki. Have a craving for a nice big steak and all the sides. Haven't been out of Japan in awhile and have a craving.
Peter Lugar or Ruth Christ.
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Old Dec 14, 22, 8:02 pm
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Lawry's is a good standby. My favorite, long gone, was Porterhouse in Nishi Azabu.
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Outback Steakhouse.
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Originally Posted by Steve M
Outback Steakhouse.


I had a few US style steaks in Tokyo before. It was not bad at all, but the steak itself was not up to the standard of a very good steakhouse in the US. The service was excellent, as expected from nice restaurants in Japan. I did not know Peter Lugar has a restaurant in Tokyo. The US website of Peter Lugar does not mention the location in Tokyo. Thanks for the info, next time I get an urge for a big fat juicy steak while I am in Tokyo, I will think of this.
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Wolfgangs.
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Old Dec 15, 22, 3:24 pm
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Thanks for all the replies. I had no idea there were so many choices.
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Old Dec 15, 22, 4:27 pm
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There is a Morton's on Marunouchi Nakadori.

It's too bad that many of the Sizzler locations closed.......
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BLT Steak is another American premium option that may be worth trying...
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Old Dec 20, 22, 2:27 am
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I was unimpressed with BLT vs the Honolulu location.

Lawrys has been solid.
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Old Dec 20, 22, 11:28 am
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I'd pick Shima Steak Nihonbashi: https://tabelog.com/en/tokyo/A1302/A130202/13000495/

Or Lawry's for the fun.
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Ikinari steak
Shops everywhere, you choose the cut and they grill it for you, to your likingCost efficient, not very romantic
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Old Dec 21, 22, 12:13 pm
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I liked the steaks and the side dishes at the Oak Door, although their wines were quite overpriced.
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Old Dec 25, 22, 7:36 pm
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Also not very romantic, but I had a very nice steak dinner at Royal Host last week. Best mashed potatoes I've had all year.

Hard Rock Cafe and Tony Romas remain solid.
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Cannot agree less with hailstorm lol. Thats quantity vs quality. Quality wise for American steakhouses go to:

Wolfgangs in Roppongi (specifically)
The Oak Door
Ruths Chris

Stay away from BLT (horrible), Lawrys (terrible in every country nowadays) and any chain (Outback, those mentioned by our friends above, etc).

I will caveat my comments to say I prefer high end places and dont mind the price as much as the quality and service. Quantity is never a priority for me.
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