UPDATE: This venue has closed permanently.
If you need somewhere to stop for a drink and some meaty snacks, Ebisu's Horumon King fits the bill. The varied menu includes favourites like the mino-negi bakayukke, which is boiled rumen seasoned with olive oil, garlic salt and a sprinkle of lemon juice – a perfect way to kick off your evening. For a full-flavoured complement to beer, try the Kanto-style beef tendon stew, whereas small eaters might prefer the harami tendon or the beef aorta. As the name suggests, the 'horumon burger' is a patty consisting of chopped offal and cartilage. It arrives almost cooked, so simply finish it off with your own grill and dig in for an overwhelmingly juicy experience. Finally, we recommend rounding off your meal with the tail soup, preferably poured over some rice.
|Venue name:||[CLOSED] Horumon King|
1-1-28 Hiroo, Shibuya-ku