Visit Korean barbecue restaurant Hanuri for lunch and you can experience a GIY (grill-it-yourself) beef meal for as little as ¥979. You’ll get 110g of beef – either short ribs, skirt steak, shoulder or tongue. Included in the price is an all-you-can-eat self-service salad bar, where you can stock up on the likes of pickled daikon, shaved cabbage, miso soup, steamed rice, tea and more. Hanuri has several locations in Tokyo but we favour the Shinbashi one for its sweeping 8th-floor views. In the evenings, plates of meat start at around ¥980 per person, and salads cost ¥650.