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Fresh Lamb Jingisukan Yamagoya
Fresh Lamb Jingisukan (Genghis Khan) Yamagoya is a restaurant that takes pride in the special sauce with an original recipe since 1956. As the restaurant is named Yamagoya (mountain hut), it is a small restaurant decorated like a mountain hut with only counter seats. They have a lot of regular customers who come here to eat their superb Jingisukan. They use the tender lamb from New Zealand and Australia. The special sauce made with apples as a secret ingredient can be enjoyed with some toppings like onions, garlic and sesame.
- No. 5 Green Building 1F Nishi 4, Minami 4, Chuo-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido
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- 5 minute walk from Susukino station on Sapporo Municipal Subway Namboku line or on Sapporo Streetcar.
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- Average budget (per person): 2,000 yen - Menu: Fresh lamb 800 yen, Yezo deer and fresh lamb set 1,000 yen Credit cards accepted
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Superb Jingisukan with Special Sauce
The recipe of the special sauce is secretly reserved in the shop for more than 60 years. They use apples grown in Yoichi city, Hokkaido, as a secret ingredient for the special sauce and mature it for 6 months. Its savory and light taste goes well with lamb.
High Quality Fresh Lamb Can Be Eaten Rare
The most popular dish is “fresh lamb” (800 yen) which is seen in the name of this restaurant. The tender, juicy meat tastes rich and it almost melts in your mouth.
Enjoy Venison, Rare Menu for Jingisukan
The set menu with venison, rare meat for Jingisukan and their best, fresh lamb, Ezoshika and nama lamb set (Yezo deer and fresh lamb set) (1,000 yen) is also one of the popular menu. Yezo deer is the kind lives in Hokkaido and its meat tastes light. It tastes best when grilled until it is still a little reddish rather than grilled to be brown.