Double Tall has some of the best coffees and espresso in town, plus a wide variety of flavored lattes and other steamed milk favorites. With fresh homemade cakes and desserts, as well as fresh bagels, Double Tall makes a popular stop among regulars. The variety of specialty goods even extends to a decent selection of popular Japanese micro brewed beers. While you are here for a morning cup of hot coffee, their latte foam art will surely make your day!
Like its sister pubs in Tokyo, The Tavern pub serves good, traditional pub food and a variety of English and Irish draft or bottled ales and beers to help it down. It has a cozy, British atmosphere, even when it is crowded. There is an extensive menu of British delights to choose from. Fish & chips, probably the best in town. Add a portion of mushy peas to it. Then choose the Shepherd's pie or the Cornish pasty if you prefer.The traditional Roast Beef and Yorkshire pudding is another dish that you could order. Beers from England, Ireland and Even Australia you could find here. If you are interested in sports you could watch them at the bar while you relax with your drink.
Pompompurin Cafe is a theme restaurant, with a quirky interior palette of its own. Based on Pompompurin (the famed Sanrio character), every dish on their menu includes either a cutlery or an edible piece of the cartoon. The cafe gets together in one plate, many cuisines of the world, and so there's pasta, noodles, rice, beef puddings, tacos and eggs, and all of them look so adorable! There are also sweets that look amazing with all the colours and shapes. The ambience is cheerful, thanks to the theme, and the service is nice. Pompompurin Cafe can be visited for some out-of-the-box binging.
T.Y. Harbor Brewery does a great job with the beers that are brewed on location. A good offering of ales; amber, pale, wheat and stout; these beers are on tap daily and should be sampled. With local Japanese beer and conventional brews as well, beer lovers of any persuasion will be satisfied by the variety and solid flavors on offer here. Scrumptious American delicacies are perfect accompaniments to the brews. There is also a patio overlooking the canal and is a perfect spot to soak in some sun while sipping on cold beer in spring and summer.
Ahiru Store is a small, cozy wine bar located in the Shibuya-ku area of Tokyo which is run by a brother-and-sister duo. The place serves an array of natural wines, which are sourced from all over the globe, and delicious bistro fare. Along with famous French brands, delicious wines from little-known producers can also be found here. The food is innovative and contemporary, often mingling unusual ingredients together to create a masterpiece. Their charcuterie selections are especially recommended. The mix of intimate, cozy ambiance, delicious food, and fine wines has made this place popular with locals and tourists alike.
If you are in the mood for a good ol’ western style breakfast, head to Moke's Bread & Breakfast and get ready to be delighted. Serving up delicious Hawaiian-style pancakes like Lilikoi all day along with a variety of other comfort eats like Fried Potatoes, Cobb Salad, Classic Hamburger, BBQ Spare Ribs and Spicy Chicken, the eatery ensures there is something to suit everyone’s palate. Apart from the regular menu, Moke’s also has various seasonal dishes on offer, depending on the availability of fresh, quality ingredients.
Located in Nihonbashi(Ginza) with other branches in Ochanomizu (Akihabara) and Akasaka, Franziskaner Bar & Grill is a delightful German eatery and beer hall. The building is decorated in a rustic style, with lots of light wood paneling and exposed stone against cream colored walls. A long communal table and stained glass windows add to the European feel. On the menu you will find thick sausages, spaetzle, venison, and of course, the crowning achievement: a wide variety of European beers, both on tap and in bottles. The place is always cheery, filled with boisterous patrons, so grab a couple friends and make a night of it.
The color mauve is very relaxing and calming, and while not a large restaurant, Dhaba India's use of it puts their clients at ease the moment they step in the door. Tucked away just a short walk from bustling Tokyo station is this little gem of a resto, which from the outside doesn't look like much, but step inside and end let its calming mauve walls envelop you in its charm. Dhaba India is known for its flavorful and inexpensive lunch specials. Specializing in South Indian food including Tamilian and Kerala style, not only is it worth your hard-earned money, but the atmosphere and friendly staff make this Dhaba India well worth seeking out. - Stephen Lebovits
The wooden interior, dark walls, open terrace, and long, gleaming bar add to the old-fashioned, European pub-feel at Antwerp Station. It's by far one of the biggest Belgian beer pubs in Tokyo. Top-flight European beers are the show stoppers here, with a few on draft and the rest in bottles. The food, which pairs well with the drinks, is high quality and very tasty. Given the name of the bar and restaurant, the menu is heavy on Belgian specialties, including frites, and muscles which come prepared in a wide variety of ways. Other choices include various roasted meats, with flavorful grilled vegetables on the side, and it's always a safe bet to try whatever is on the daily specials board.
A popular restaurant in a bustling neighborhood, Centre The Bakery is the place to be for a quick, scrumptious snack. Filled with a warm, welcoming atmosphere and friendly vibes, eating here never fails to be anything short of immensely enjoyable. Stuffed with fresh veggies and tender meat, the gourmet sandwiches are an absolute delight to the palate. Try the signature kuroge-wagyu cutlet sandwich, or build your own unique one with the given choice of ingredients.
Despite its somewhat odd sounding name, The Hump is actually an extremely upscale, trendy sushi bar. The decor is gorgeously appointed and bathed in a soft gray tones. Combined with the blue of twilight, the atmosphere becomes especially soothing. The best place to sit is at the bar, where you can watch each dish prepared before your eyes. Ingredients are extremely fresh, and entrees include standard items such as sushi, tempura, and sashimi. There is also a nice list of sakes to go with your meal. Be prepared for prices that are somewhat steep, however, the food and ambiance more than makes up for it.
A beautiful Japanese restaurant that specializes in Teppanyaki, Ahill Ginza is a must-visit. Teppanyaki is a kind of cooking which requires the use of a griddle to cook food. It is an essential style of Japanese cooking. Here at Ahill Ginza, one can try the contemporary fusion-style menu of French and Japanese cuisine. The delicious food is well worth the money, owing to its rich texture and fine flavors.