If you want to try great Japanese beef, Hafu is an excellent choice. I am a food snob, and I loved Hafu. Great, simple, contemporary and casual vibe, with counter seating and a separate dining room. I loved it so much, I went three times in my five day stay. I loved the set menu with the sirloin steak; note that they do not serve "Kobe" beef, but they serve a different breed of cow from a different prefecture. There are all sorts of classifications and grading and pedigrees for Japanese beef, and Kobe beef is among the most expensive; Hafu's beef is not as expensive as Kobe beef, but is comparable in quality. The 3900 yen (about US$50) lunch deal is a bargain. I also tried their steak sandwich on white bread (US$50), but with no accompaniments; I enjoyed it, but not nearly as much as their sirloin steak with side dishes.
They actually have two locations, the original, and another one just around the corner; they are both good, though I preferred the original a little. Great place, great steak, great easygoing atmosphere.
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