Icelandic Lamb Oz
Time Out says
One of the few restaurants serving Icelandic lamb in Japan, Oz opened last year to showcase delicacies from the land of glaciers and volcanoes. Allowed to roam freely in the mountains and feed on wild herbs and grass, Icelandic sheep are particularly strong and healthy, resulting in meat with a pure, refined flavour. The eclectic menu ranges from simple chops (¥400) to Japanese- and Chinese-style options, making it fun to explore whether you’re a veteran lamb fan or new to the meat.