Greater Tokyo Restaurants
For anyone desperate for a coffee and a seat, you could do worse than the Starbucks in Shinagawa Station. It's on the second floor and armed with large, dark wood picnic tables to accommodate impromptu graphic lunch meetings with the boss man. Everyone is in dark suits and on a deadline. Those that want to avoid the ear piercing vapid ...Popular withVegetarianLGBTSpiritual
Another day, another cup of hipster coffee for me. Streamer is tucked away on a residential street in Shibuya. It's not terribly far from the station, but it's not a place to grab a quick cup o' joe. Streamer serves gigantic lattes in multiple flavors. Their military latte uses white chocolate and green tea and their seasonal flavor in March ...Popular withTrendstersFoodiesDesign
Gorgeous cafe set amidst a stunning flower shop. This stunning new spot is modern Tokyo at its best -- even if the namesake is foreign. Beautiful, unique, and the perfect escape from the hectic city. A wonderful and welcome addition to Aoyama.Popular withTrendstersDesign
A Japanese Burger! Yes Please. I've had burgers all over the world. So it's no surprise that I had to try one in Japan. This one had a different take to it though. Some sort of gravy sauce, almost like Chili. So if you like Tommy's Burgers in California, this is up your alley. I would like to try it ...
Best. Coffee. Ever. As a self-proclaimed yupster (yuppie hipster), I've had my share of expensive cups of coffee, and I must declare the drinks here are the best I've ever had, anywhere! I chose a cappuccino while fiancee opted for an iced coffee. Both were superb. This tiny coffee shop is a bit hard to find, but well worth the ...Popular withTrendstersFoodiesLuxury
Housed inside the largest Muji store in Tokyo, this cafeteria style cafe is similar to an IKEA eatery, but with a more diverse style of food choices, all with a slant on being delicious and healthy. A great place to take a break from the shopping undertaking that is Ginza.
This is one of my usual haunts in Tokyo. There are many outlets around. I usually visit the Kawasaki branch. Love the decor, delicious tea (the Chai tea is my favourite) and the freshly baked scones, cookies and fruit cakes. Enjoy conversations or bring a book. Love it!
This delicious little shop specializing in chocolate croissants is a great place to take an indulgent break after visiting Meiji Shrine. In the summer they offer ice cream with a chocolate croissant stuffed into the center. The orange sign can't be missed. Look for Choco Cro.Popular withFoodiesBudgetStudents