One of the thing on our bucket list was to have all you can eat wagyu. We were planning to eat another bbq meat place, but that shop had a long line to wait. There were people waiting for 3 hours in line and still wasn't their time to eat yet. So, we decided to walk around to find other bbq place. At one o the small streets, we found a bbq restaurants, walked in and the staff asked if we are Japanese, and of course we are not!....and then we were rejected of any service. Is it because they can't speak any English so they find it troublesome to serve us? Or racist? I don't know.....felt very much rejected. Just when we were going to give up for bbq meat, we came across an all you can eat bbq place!
It's on the 2nd floor! I think the name is カルビ市場. We picked the most expensive menu, which is 2980 yen. That's the only one that has wagyu in it.
None of the staffs speaks English. We had a hard to telling her the menu we choose, even though there were only 3 choices....but when she asked us if we want all you can drink, we try to tell her no. Luckily, we still remember some of the Japanese we learned in high school and managed to get the most frustrating part done, which was ordering a drink. Then the actual ordering of the food...that's all done electronically. There is touch screen iPad like thing mounted on the wall next to the table. Again, everything is in Japanese....I felt like I was doing my Japanese provincial exam when I was in high school. But the time all the ordering is done, we were exhausted. I guess that's a good thing as we burned a lot of brain energy and wasn't so full any more. Yes, we were semi-full before we walked into this all you can eat store. Yes, we are crazy.
The meat came and to our surprise, the quality of the meat is quite good, even though it's all you can eat.
There were a lot of cooked food to choose from too! I wish I have a bigger stomach or the type of girl that doesn't get fat even after eating the next generation's food.
Our main target was the wagyu though. Even though they aren't the best cut, I think it's still worth it. They are so fatty and juicy. I felt like I was going to get attack after each bite.
Just when we were getting all full and want to stop eating, we realize the dessert menu is also absolutely awesome. An ice cream like this can get quite pricey in Hong Kong, for a bad quality one. This ice cream was so smooth and rich and love the sauce. I was thinking, if I could eat just 6 servings of this, it would already worth the 2980 yen we paid. But of course, I didn't have 6 servings. My stomach can't handle it.
カルビ市場 is at point B in the list "Places Part 2" on the map below:
Day 2: Uminonakamichi Seaside Park > Animal Forest at Uminonakamichi Seaside Park > Hakata Port Tower > Tenjin > Gram Cafe and Pancakes > Canal City > Raumen Statium (Canal City) > All You Can Eat Yakiniku カルビ市場
Day 3: 唐戶市場 Karatoichiba > Mojiko > Kawachi Fujien > Kitte Mall > いちにぃさん 博多駅くうてん店 > 元祖ラーメン > ナンバーワン Ramen
Day 4: Fukuoka Castle 福岡城跡 > Maizuru Park 舞鶴公園 > 大濠公園Ohori Park > 一蘭 本社総本店 > Kawabata Shopping Arcade > Kushida Shrine > Tōchō-ji Temple > Boat Rowing at 大濠公園Ohori Park > Japanese Style Italian Food at らるきぃ > Tempura at 楽ちゃん港本店
Day 5: うどん > 博多八昌 > Fukuoka City Museum > Robot Square > Momochi Seaside Park > Fukuoka Tower > 溫野菜
Day 6: Hakata Port Tower