Wolfgang’s Steakhouse is proud to announce it’s second location in Japan.
Japan’s second branch of Wolfgang’s Steakhouse will open in Tokyo’s Marunouchi district at 5 p.m. on Dec. 8, with reservations being accepted from Nov. 8.
Japan’s first branch of the New York-based steakhouse opened in Roppongi in February. Eight months after opening, customers still have to wait a month for dinner reservations.
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse uses only “prime grade” beef, the grade given to only the top 5 percent of beef in the U.S. The restaurant chain transports the beef chilled, not frozen, and keeps it for 28 days for optimal aging and tenderness. The outer third of the beef is sliced away and the remaining cuts are grilled at 900 C.
The Marunouchi restaurant will have 170 seats, and is suitable for private parties. It will also have four private rooms.