Taste wagyu curry from 680 at this pop-up restaurant in Ginza


DomDom, the very first burger chain in Japan, is known for its mix of classic burgers and more quirky options using old-school Japanese flavors. Its parent company, DomDom Food Service, recently opened a new premium wagyu burger joint called Tree & Tree in Shinbashi in August.

Since burger patties only use the tender parts of the meat, the restaurant quickly found itself with a lot of leftover beef. Lucky for us, the company has found a way to cut down on their food waste by creating a delicious new dish.

Photo: Curry Shop Dom Dom

The ephemeral restaurant Curry Shop DomDom is now open in Ginza for a limited time. There’s only one thing on the menu: a Japanese wagyu beef tendon curry made with Tree & Tree’s leftover meat. The best part is, it’s just 680 per plate and you can get a bigger serving for 150 more, or a smaller serving for 50 less. You can garnish it with a hard-boiled egg (¥ 100) or a side salad (¥ 200).

The restaurant is at 6-3-8 Ginza, Chuo in Tokyo, just two minutes walk from Ginza station. It is only open for lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. every day until 29 november, and there are only nine spots available. If you want to skip the lines, you can order it take out as well.

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