Near Beppu station or Yufuin. Especially like the bbq type. Thanks.
If you explain what "bunggol" beef is, you might get an answer...
What do you mean by "bbq type"?
Are you referring to bulgogi beef? That’s a Korean bbq delicacy.
Thanks for the list, ETflyer. Will slowly look thru. I think can walk to kitahama if need be.
Nishin, i meant those where you can grill the beef over small pan or stove. Sometimes ryokan kaiseki meals serve a small plate of beef, then you grill yourself.
As far as I know, there'e only one Bongo beef restaurant near Yufuin station. When you leave the station, it's a minute walk or so. The restaurant is called Yufu-mabushi Shin and is on the second floor on your left hand side building. Most of the street shops and cafe are a sort of tourist attractions there.
Yes, sunsets early and i should have the time in the evening. Just checked hyperdia, Oita is only 12min ride away. Any suggestion for Bungo beef restaurant there?
This leads me to another question. I choose to stay in Beppu because of visiting the jigoku hells but is staying at Oita a good option? I have not thought about this before. Anything particularly attractive about staying at Oita city?Edited: 15 November 2017, 08:01
This is the officially approved Bungo beef restaurant list. I wonder if you can read some Chinese characters? Miyakomachi (都町) is within walking distance from JR Oita station.
If you prefer onsen ryokan, Beppu is better choice. If you don't mind staying at hotel, Oita won't be bad. There're some hotels near Oita station which has onsen facility. JR Blossom Hotel has a rooftop onsen which we enjoyed last year.
Thanks, ETFlyer. Yes, I can read chinese.
After some consideration, we will put up at Beppu Nishitetsu Resort Inn. From your list, the bottomest one under Beppu is right next to this hotel. It is charcoal grill but sounds korean though. The other two at kitahama are not far away, but can’t tell what style of cooking. Second shop mentions Bungo in its shop name.