Where else in Tokyo do you get to pick from 22 different cuts of mutton? A down-to-earth eatery specialising in ‘jingisukan’ (‘Genghis Khan’), the Hokkaido-born mutton dish that is grilled on a round skillet with onions and bean sprouts, Genghis Tei offers its signature set with a drink for a mere ¥1,400 year-round, but the lamb shabu-shabu is most diners’ referred choice in winter. This hot pot with thinly sliced meat and vegetables is sure to warm you up – just don’t forget to throw in some noodles at the end for that carb kick. If you’re visiting during cherry blossom season, ask to be seated in the tatami room on the second floor for pretty sakura views.
|Venue name:||Genghis Tei|
1-1-12 Tomioka, Koto
|Opening hours:||5pm-12midnight(closed Sun)|
|Transport:||Monzen-Nakacho Station(Tozai, Oedo lines),5mins walk|