Parking: nicely paved lot
Decor: rustic, great views at night
Service: patient and friendly
Food: it was ok, not great
Coke Factor: in a can
We really wanted to eat at a Japanese Yakiniku (think Gyu-kaku) restaurant while visiting my mom in Beppu. We asked the very nice lady at the tourist office and she gave us 2 options. One was closer to my mom's house so we ended up walking there but my gut said go to the one with the cow on the sign!! This place Hidesan is tiny and homey. Try not to look at the kitchen because it is very messy and doesn't look that clean. The service is friendly and they mostly serve chicken, no steak as we had hoped. They put a nifty little char broiler on the table and brought out a platter of raw chicken for you to cook yourself. Be careful to not touch your chopsticks to the raw meat and then use them for your rice etc. The rice and miso soup were delicious but the chicken was very fatty and grisly. In the end, after it was cooked and dipped in the sauce provided it wasn't very good. After dinner, we went next door to the Lawson (think 7-11) and got snacks and a dessert.
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