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    Ichiran (一蘭)

    2 reviews

    The experience of eating at Ichiran is best described as anti-social. Like leave me alone, I am eating! There are no tables, instead there are individual partitions here so that the ramen is the only thing you are focused on. Hence, this is great for the single eater since there is no awkwardness about eating at a restaurant alone. To ...

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    Mister Donut

    Japanese brand mister donut is so delicious!! I wish there were donuts this good back in the us. The donuts are more airy , usually filled with a cream or custard, and usually cute as a button. I especially like the ring of circles donut they have , which they use on their lion mascot as his mane. Cheap, delicious, ...

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    Ladurée Shinjuku

    3 reviews

    The same tasty goodness that you will find in France but tucked away inside the Lumine at Shinjuku station. The atmosphere feels very commercial and less authentic but the macaroons are perfect.

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    Pepper Lunch

    What a convenient place for lunch. First you pay for your meal by using the vending machine. You take your ticket and hand it to one of two employees in the whole restaurant. They immediately prep your seat, and a super heated iron plate cooks up your meat right before you. Different sauces can be added on top. A filling ...

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    Angkor Wat

    3 reviews

    Insanely delicious Cambodian food. Though it takes guts to do it, the best way to experience this restaurant is to say "omakase" and let the owner serve whatever he likes until you are full. The prices are reasonable and everything I have had here (except the Mekong whiskey) is good. My personal favorites are the spicy chicken salad, the fresh ...

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    L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon

    2 reviews

    I'm not a big fan of celebrity chef spots and usually find them disappointing but L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon is a pleasant surprise. The intimate space and inventive seasonal food make this one of the better Western restaurants I've gone to in Tokyo. A classy option in Roppongi that is suitable for business or a romantic dinner.

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  • 7

    New York Grill

    7 reviews

    Stunningly gorgeous and expensive. A great surf and turf spot with stellar views of the city. Definitely more enjoyable if you are traveling on an expense account but worth a visit for a special occasion. For a budget-friendly alternative, visit for brunch. The brunch course is good value. You won't get the night time views but you may catch that ...

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    Gonpachi Shibuya

    2 reviews

    Every tourist visits Gonpachi in Nishi Azabu but the location in Shibuya is infinitely better. Although the atmosphere may not be as close a fit to Western romantic ideals of Japan, this location offers fantastic views of the surrounding urban landscape (as wel as Mt. Fuji in on a clear day). The food and service are both excellent here. Prices ...

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  • 9

    Sushi Dai

    5 reviews

    If there is one place as a must go for me in Tokyo this is it. This is the best cheap sushi in Tokyo. It's only open early morning from 5am to 12pm. Get in line around 4:30am, have a beer, and then go to the fish market afterwards. It's the closest you'll come to fresh sushi."

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  • 10

    Daiwa Sushi

    6 reviews

    What a great experience! We came to Daiwa Sushi expecting it to be good, but not great, and a bit disappointed that hadn't been able to secure a reservation at any of the more famous Michelin-starred places for lunch or dinner. We were absolutely pleasantly surprised by the quality of the fish, the atmosphere of the place, and the friendliness ...

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    World Breakfast Allday

    This little spot is truly inspired. As the name suggests, these guys serve breakfast all day. The twist is that they serve a changing global menu. Muesli and English breakfasts are standard but a third country is featured and changes every two months. I popped in for The Bulgarian breakfast for dinner and it was exceptional. Previous menus have showcased ...

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  • 12

    Granny Smith

    Best apple pie I have had in Tokyo. The country music and Cracker Barrell ambience is cloying after a few minutes but the apple pie here is damn good. My Granny Smith would approve.

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  • 13

    Hokkaido Milk Mura

    This place can be very hard to find so please call ahead to make sure it is open and the get directions if you need them. An individually run soft cream ice cream shop that tops each flavor with a liqueur. The atmosphere is intimate and the owner works with a true passion for ice cream and his guests.

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  • 14


    2 reviews

    This new hipster cafe serves up excellent coffee in a comfortable spacious atmosphere. A bit off the beaten path but easy to access from Shibuya or Harajuku. Lattes are the specialty here. They take their time but it is worth the wait. The new line of military-themed products is excellent -- the military latte is espresso, green tea, and milk. ...

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    bills お台場

    2 reviews

    its indeed world best breakfast food ever ! the banana ricotta pancakes are really to die for !

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    2 reviews

    My favorite Western restaurant in Tokyo. Excellent Mediterranean food served in a relaxing minimalist environment. My favorite dishes are: - spicy Moroccan crab cakes - manchego with membrillo and pumpkin seeds - hummus w/ flat bread Reservations are highly recommended though you may be able to get a seat at the bar on short notice. The new location in Aoyama ...

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  • 17

    Gundam Cafe

    2 reviews

    So awesome if you love gundam! The whole menu is full of food created special to gundam! There is always a line, do expect to wait at least 30 min to get seated! Worth Checking out!

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  • 18


    3 reviews

    Based in Roppongi Hills, this soba house has house-made, hand-cut traditional buckwheat soba. Get it cold with grated mountain yam and enjoy the space. The design is über-modern and funky—there's this totally shredded Al Merrick surfboard on the wall that's been made into a painting. It's just fantastic. There's also an outpost in New York City's Soho!

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    Itasoba Kaoriya (板蕎麦 香り家)

    2 reviews

    This is my favorite soba restaurant in Tokyo. There are plenty of good ones but this one has great food and great atmosphere. The menu is difficult to navigate if you don't speak and read Japanese but they have all of the standards. Know what you want in advance and you won't have any trouble. My favorite is the tempura ...

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  • 20

    Teppanyaki Kurosawa

    1 review

    Kurosawa is a great teppanyaki restaurant that is easily accessible for foreigners. Even if you aren't a fan of the restaurant's namesake (the famous director), it is hard not to love the atmosphere and food here. The 1920s Japanese architecture is charming and the space itself would be worth a visit even if the food and service weren't so excellent. ...

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