Can you imagine a place where you can eat beef steak and appetizers, and drink as much alcohol as you desire for only $29 USD? Well, imagine no more! The name of the eatery is called BEEF KITCHEN STAND, and it’s franchised in Tokyo and Yokohama.
Japanese-born actress, Eru Gibson, visited this restaurant to try their all-you-can-eat-and-drink menu, and then shared her experience with us.
“This eatery is best known for beef cuisine, but I have many vegan and vegetarian friends that enjoy the various salads and appetizers.
In addition to her successful career as an actress, Eru has been working as a science-writer. Using her background in this field, she explained the health benefits of eating many different types of food in small portions.
“If you order an all-you-can-eat meal, your dish might be very colorful. Try to make your meal as colorful as possible.
Beef protein is high in nutrients and may help you maintain and develop muscle. If you cannot eat meat, try tofu. There are many tofu options available here at BEEF KITCHEN STAND. Tofu is rich in isoflavones, which have been linked to a decreased risk of heart disease, certain types of cancer, and cognitive decline. In addition, isoflavone complements the function of estrogen and has a beautifying effect on the skin.”
Eru went on to explain, “Japan has very low prices right now because of the weak yen. As a result, this is a fantastic time to visit.”
Thank you, Eru, for sharing this great find from your hometown!
You can get more information about the business here.
Eru Gibson is a scientific enthusiast who has authored numerous essays about health. She has experience working on counterterrorism training initiatives for the FBI and LAPD, as an actress playing the culprit. Eru researched brain waves during her time as an art university student because she was interested in actors’ cerebral physiology. She also enjoys learning about the various health benefits of the different foods she eats.