Great steak that doesn’t wreck your wallet – Ikimura

Ikimura restaurant opened last week on Jalan Pantai Kuta and is a Japanese Steak House. Japan is known for its top quality beef and we feel Ikimura restaurant will quickly become known for excellent and affordable steak in a Japanese style.

Ikimura is a play on words. While it sounds like Japanese, it actually means ‘this is inexpensive’ in Javanese, which sums up this new Kuta restaurant rather well.
In the Japanese fashion, the menu is simple and direct to the point. There are 10 steak dishes including Ikimura’s signature dish; steaks with rice or Donburi (pictured above), which start at a price of Rp 65k net. The 150 gram serve of aged beef, comes three different ways, is super tender and served on a bed of Japanese style rice. The secret mirin-based sauce is where the magic lies. There are also higher-end cuts of beef available, served and cooked on a hot plate, but don’t sweat it, they too are also at very reasonable prices. 200 gram Australian Angus steak at Rp 95k and US Wagyu cuts at Rp 250k.



This simple, cozy and excellent ‘value for money’ Japanese Steak House, situated right in front of Kuta Beach, is a must try eatery if you are looking for top quality steak, cooked to perfection and at great prices. And let’s face it, who isn’t looking for all that?

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