Carnivores flock here for the great-value all-you-can-eat Brazilian grilled chicken and barbecued beef, which the efficient waiters will keep bringing to your table on skewers until you tell them to stop. Those with lighter appetites can choose the less expensive salad buffet and feijoada (pork stew with black beans); both are bargains. Hardwood floors, lithographs of bull motifs, warm lighting, salmon-color tablecloths provide the backdrop. Look for the entrance
just off Omotesando-dori on the Harajuku 2-chome shopping street (on the north side of Omotesando-dori), about 50 yards down on the left. There's also a second Barbacoa near Tokyo station.
4–3–24 Jingu-mae, Tokyo, 150-0001, Japan
Sep 11, 2006
Fantastic value churrascaria. I've been going there for the last 5 years and it never fails to please. Haven't been this year but if i remember rightly its 4000yen a head for all you can eat and plus 2000yen for all you can drink on top. Salad bar is excellent as well...you can't go wrong
Nov 29, 2005
Unquestionably the best cuts of beef in Tokyo. All you can eat menu is excellent value and chefs offer different cuts at your table - top marks all round.