Butcher Brothers, Kanda

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TOKYO | When visiting Tokyo, it’s understandable that you’ll want to be trying lots of Japanese food, but sometimes you’re simply in the mood for something else. Thankfully for the lover of good food, Tokyo has a lot of quality options outside of traditional Japanese food. Butcher Brothers in Kanda is all about tasty, quality meat dishes at an affordable price and if you have a meal here you won’t be disappointed.

It’s a vibrant, loud restaurant, with a mixture of singles, couples, and groups enjoying the atmosphere and good food and drink on offer. There are a few different things on offer but the main reason to come here is the meat. There’s a blackboard showing what’s being grilled that night and it’s here you want to be looking. You choose your cut of meat, and which size you want, and then pick some sides to go with it.

When we visited, we went for the outside skirt and the smoked duck. The skirt steak was cooked medium rare and was served simply on a bed of chips with some mustard and tomatoes. A beautifully salted crust enclosed the delicious, tender meat and really hit the spot. The smoked duck also hit the mark with a beautiful smoky flavour and succulent fat – again served simply with chips and mustard.

For sides, we opted for a simple salad, bread with pate, some pickles and ham. All delicious, but all secondary to the main event. Having said that, if you’re not particularly hungry and just looking for a snack, the affordable wines (mostly Spanish and New World) and share plates make this a place worth visiting even if you don’t feel like a full meal. Once you walk inside though, and take in the smell of the meat cooking on the grill, you’ll probably end up ordering some anyway.

Butcher Brothers

4-5-10 Nihonbashihongokuchō
Chūō-ku
Tokyo 103-0021
Japan

Telephone: 03 6225 2936
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Open
Mon – Sat: 11:30am to 2:00pm; 5:00pm to 11:30pm

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