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It was our first time in Mitaka and we wanted to try a steak. It was by accident we landed here. It's a tiny little place and because we booked early we were able to get a seat.
The steaks are prepared in front of...More
My family and I love ‘wagyu’ and we are regular patrons of this restaurant as we live not too far away. Our nth meal here and it always meets, if not exceeds our expectations. We got the 200gr and it melted in our mouths. Arigatou...More
The place was kind of small so you would need to make a reservation in advance to make sure you have seats. The food is a bit pricey by my standards but it was really good. The steak was cooked perfectly and the other courses...More
We came in with high expectations after a strong recommendation by a family member, and Satou exceeded them on every count. The steak is cooked to perfection, the starters are little gastronomical miracles themselves, and the staff are attentive but unobtrusive. Truly spectacular.
Access: from train station, use north exit and cross the traffic lights to the covered mall
Location: about 2-3 minutes from station you will see the satou shop selling croquette. The steakhouse is upstairs next to it. A steep flight of stairs brings you to...More
If you're looking for high quality steak but on a budget, i would recommend this place. You have to come early if you want to get the best seat (for be by the bar - where you can see the steaks being cooked). It's a...More
Eat here 2-3 times a week every japan trip (alternate month..!). Small place on 2nd floor, barely seats 15 pax (5 @ counter). Downstairs butcher with long queue for famous beef croquette.
Opens 11 to 7pm. Cash only. English menu chef recommendation is the ¥4000...More
We arrived at Steakhouse Satou for lunch on a Tuesday. There was no line for the restaurant upstairs but the crowd was huge for the beef croquette. As we were interested in the steak, we proceed upstairs being mindful of the narrow staircase. It could...More
Most of the reviews for this place are for the beef croquette downstairs of this restaurant. Upstairs is the sit-down Matsuzaka beef wonderland. Given the price difference between the two floors, it makes sense that most people stick to the croquettes. However, given the time...More