The matagi were ancient hunters. Living up to its name, Ro to Matagi includes a robata-yaki barbecue of deer, wild boar, wild duck, quail and bear on its menu. We like the arabiki wagyu hamburg, a beef burger that's well grilled on the outside, with thick, gooey red meat on the inside. The dish is served with a small stone hot plate, so it’s possible to cook the meat a little more if it’s a bit too rare for your tastes. To get to the restaurant, walk east for around five minutes from Hatchobori Station and you’ll come to a lane. Turn right and it’s on the right.
|Venue name:||Ro to Matagi||Contact:|
4-13-7 Hatchobori, Chuo-ku
|Opening hours:||5pm-11.30pm (kitchen closes at 10.30pm) / closed Sun & hols|
|Transport:||Hatchobori Staion (Hibiya line)|