Gourmet / Alcohol Spots in Tokyo Area

  • GINZA KYUBEY
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    4.5
    875 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 8-7-6
    This sushi restaurant in Ginza is famous for its traditional Edo-mae sushi that makes use of the taste and season of its ingredients. Ever since it was founded in 1935, it has been visited by many VIPs including those from the political world. Guests can choose between counter seats, hori-gotatsu recessed floor seats, table seats, and private rooms. In recent years it has also become popular with foreign tourists for the ability to enjoy a relaxed meal in a Japanese-style space known as “modern sukiya-zukuri.” It also has a complete take-out menu featuring futomaki (a thick roll of sushi) and bara-chirashi.

    Ate here 10 years ago. Can’t eat sushi anywhere after it. Simply the best on earth. Will never forget it

  • Umegaoka Sushi no Midori (Shibuya Shop)
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    4.5
    1106 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Dougenzaka 1-12-3 Mark City East 4F
    A sushi restaurant located in the Terminal Building near Shibuya Station on the JR and other lines. This clean and fresh restaurant is able to seat up to 62 customers at a time between its counter and table seats. The restaurant is dedicated to the concepts of fresh ingredients, artisanal skills, and a heart with a passion for sushi and understanding of customer needs. Under the strictest quality control conditions, sushi artisans create fine quality sushi using fresh seafood direct from Tsukiji and shari sushi rice made with 100% Yamagata Haenuki rice. In addition to individual nigiri sushi, ultra-select nigiri sushi sets, makimono, and rolls, Midori also offers a full menu of other dishes, including salads and stewed sea bream head.

    Plump tasty delicious fresh great service! I don’t care about waiting, it’s sooooooooo WORTH IT! I’ve always loved. Midori sushi. I believe the name is longer. I also went to another branch around...

  • TOKYO SHIBA TOFUYA UKAI
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    4.5
    932 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Minato-ku Shibakouen 4-4-13
    Tokyo Shiba Ukai Tofu Shop wins high marks for its tofu, made with water drawn from a well 120 meters deep and carefully selected, high quality soybeans. Customers can taste seasonal flavors, including tofu in seasoned soymilk and dashi, appetizer plates, and sashimi. Two kinds of lunchtime course meals only available on weekdays are recommended for a little luxurious lunch. Ukai's evening meals are recommended for special occasions and celebrations.

    I got the chance to eat in this restaurant in July 2019 Such a pleasant memory from what I’ve been told this restaurant was already existing since a long time in the Japanese country side then was...

  • Peak Bar
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    4.5
    901 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Nishi-shinjuku 3-7-1-2 Park Hyatt Tokyo 41F
    An eight-minute walk from Hatsudai Station on the Keio New Line. This elegant and romantic bar is illuminated by the gentle light of Japanese washi paper lanterns. The bar's Twilight Time plan is particularly popular; available daily from 5 p.m., it includes special canapes along with free-flowing champagne, wine, and other beverages. The bar also features live DJs in the latter half of the week, and there are many ways customers can enjoy themselves here, from couples on dates, to girls' nights out, to stopping by on your way home from work to refresh and slowly sip a cup of coffee or a glass of wine.

    The New York Grill rally elevates what an American restaurant should be. Not just because of the 52nd floor view but because of the food. The American classics are there but executed with flair and...

  • T.Y. Harbor
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    4.0
    531 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shinagawa-ku Higashishinagawa 2-1-3
    T.Y. Harbor is a restaurant adjacent to a brewery along the Tennozu Canal. Its spacious, open interior is a remodeled warehouse. The terrace seating at the water’s edge evokes an elegant, American-style atmosphere. In addition to freshly brewed beer from the adjacent brewery, the restaurant offers soup and salad sets and vegetarian dishes at lunch during the week, while the weekend lunch menu adds burgers, pastas and pizza. The evening menu offers appetizers, pizza, and meat and fish main courses.

    Good food. Great service. Good drink options. When the weather is good, sit outside. Had the steak that came with potatoes and mushrooms. Cooked nicely and great flavor. Would go back again.

  • bills omotesando
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    4.0
    544 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 4-30-3 Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku 7F
    A casual dining restaurant from Sydney, Australia. Renowned for offering the “best breakfasts in the world,” bills in fact instigated the recent breakfast boom in Japan. In addition to the shop’s signature ricotta pancakes, bills’ scrambled eggs are particularly popular. Diners can enjoy a sweeping view of Omotesando and Harajuku inside, or overlook the Omohara no Mori rooftop garden from the restaurant’s terrace. Either way, you’re sure to enjoy an extravagant breakfast.

    Amazing breakfast aussie style in the heart of Tokyo‘s fashion district. Great flat white, yummy smashed avocado sourdough bread and super yummy ricotta pan-cakes. Totally recommend Billˋ...

  • Sakura Tei
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    4.5
    668 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 3-20-1
    This is an eccentric teppanyaki-style restaurant located in the Harajuku area. Visitors can enjoy dishes such as okonomiyaki, monjayaki, and teppanyaki that are all made with dashi seasoning free of any chemical seasonings. They also offer an all-you-can-eat menu and course menu for dinner parties, and the inexpensive all-you-can-eat option that is limited to weekday lunch times is particularly popular. Eat inside and enjoy the artistic and colorful wall art, or take advantage of the spacious outdoor terrace seating.

    You can cook food by yourself and its very easy to make even though we didnt have experience, definitely recommend this place!

  • T's Tantan (ecute Keiyo Street Branch)
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    4.5
    532 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 JR Tokyo Station ticket gate Ekyu Keiyo Street 1F
    "T's Tantan is a noodle shop. Its popular noodle dishes include not only three kinds of Tantanmen (Chinese-style noodles in a Szechuan-style broth) with black sesame, yellow sesame, or white sesame, but also vegetarian ramen in a soy sauce-based broth or in a Tonkotsu-style broth. It offers dishes that contain no meat, seafood, dairy products, eggs, or other animal products. Its location inside the ""passengers only"" area of Tokyo Station makes it a convenient stop off"

    This place is worth all the hype. We try to stop in every time were through Tokyo Station, which is basically every day were in the city! Its just so great. As a vegetarian it is one of my...

  • Shake Shack
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    4.0
    265 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Minato-ku Kitaoyama 2-1-15
    The first Japanese location of this popular New York hamburger chain, standing in the Meijijingu Gaien park in the Kita-Aoyama area of Minato City, Tokyo. The shop’s patties are all Angus beef, a high grade brand beef which is fed special fodder. People love Shake Shack’s juicy burgers. The shop’s hearty hot dogs, made with plump wieners, and its original frozen custard are also popular. Diners can enjoy a relaxing meal on the shop’s open and airy terrace overlooking the beautiful nearby avenue of gingko trees.

    Globally, all Shake Shack restaurants have maintained a uniformly very good quality of food and drinks, and the Tokyo, Japan one was no different from the New York City Shake Shacks! Must visit when...

  • bills Odaiba
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    4.0
    364 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Minato-ku Daiba 1-6-1 Dex Tokyo Beach Seaside Mall 3F
    A dining restaurant from Sydney, Australia located in the Decks Tokyo Beach Seaside Mall in the Daiba area of Minato City, Tokyo. This is the third location in Japan for this renowned restaurant which purports to offer the best breakfast in the world. Accordingly, the shop’s breakfast items, such as the addictively light and airy scrambled eggs or ricotta pancakes, are perennial favorites of global celebrities. Diners can gaze out over Tokyo Bay from inside the spacious restaurant and enjoy moment of elegance here, day or night.

    English menu and English speaking staff. Good variety of food and brunch options throughout the day. Sometimes I miss the healthy options on Tokyo and On Bills you can find some.

  • ASAKUSA IMAHAN Kokusai Street Head Restaurant
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    4.5
    268 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Nishiasakusa 3-1-12
    This venerable sukiyaki and shabu-shabu (Japanese hot pot) restaurant was founded in 1895. Their exquisite sukiyaki, made exclusively with top-class Japanese Black and Kobe beef and flavored with a secret stock, is beloved as one of the traditional flavors that best represents Asakusa and Japan. In addition to set meals featuring their first-rate sukiyaki-style shabu-shabu, steak, and other items, the restaurant also has a full lunch menu of reasonably-priced items. Seating options include table seating, private rooms, and a reception hall, making the restaurant a great place for entertaining guests, a dinner party, or a banquet.

    Love their sukiyaki set meals here and you can get good value for lunch as well. I usually drop by here for a sit down meal after a visit at Senso-ji because its close by Tip - there is another...

  • TsuruTonTan-Noodle Craftsman's Hospitality Roppongi Branch (Kinshoro)
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    4.0
    381 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Minato-ku Roppongi 3-14-12 Roppongi 3-chome Building 1,2F
    This is a restaurant where you can enjoy authentic Kansai-style udon made with pride by noodle craftsmen. The restaurant has a complete menu that includes 50 types of udon prepared in large bowls, seasonal items, and an udon nabe course recommended for special occasions. TsuruTonTan is well known for advancing into Roppongi in Tokyo at the request of celebrity Mari Natsuki, who often frequented their Osaka stores. With a relaxed modern Japanese decor, the restaurant has table seats as well as private dining rooms.

    Very memorable experience and hospitable staff, not forgetting delicious food too at reasonable prices. Thank you very much. Will definitely visit again.

  • Kagetsudo Asakusa
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    4.0
    426 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Asakusa 2-7-13
    Asakusa Kagetsudo is a cafe featuring Japanese-style sweets which was established in 1945, it is located in the shopping district approaching from the west of the temple, just left of Asakusa Temple’s main temple building. The “Original Jumbo Melon Pan”, which is cold fermented and takes approximately three times as long as usual to ferment, is an Asakusa specialty which is often showcased in the media. There is a relaxing Japanese-style cafe on the second floor and it is recommended for a break between sightseeing.

    Its everybodys favorite, so sometimes there are long lines in front of the store. Perfect to buy one and have on the river cruise.

  • Tonki
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    4.5
    455 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Meguro-ku Shimomeguro 1-1-2
    This is a long-established tonkatsu (fried pork cutlet) shop that is famous for its nostalgic appearance reminiscent of Japan’s Showa period. It has been featured in the news and there is often a long line of customers. Using Japan-produced pork loin and high quality filet meet cooked slowly over a long time in a process unchanged since long ago, the restaurant serves up juicy and fragrant offerings that have earned many fans who come back frequently. It even offers counter or table seats as well as private dining rooms.

    every time I visit Tokyo, I eat here at least once. The tonkatsu is very different, not crunchy like in other places, but it has more flavor and character, the sauce is excellent, and the miso soup...

  • Dhaba India
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    4.0
    297 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Yaesu 2-7-9 Sagami Building 1F
    A south Indian restaurant where you can enjoy authentic southern Indian curry, food stall dishes, and Tandoor cuisine. The inside of the restaurant is modeled after the magical maharaja city of Jodhpur, and diners can get a taste of India itself along with their meal. Dhaba India is happy to alter its dishes to meet the needs of vegetarians; just ask.

    Every time we go to to Tokyo we stopped at Dahba for a dinner. The best Mutton Byriani I ever tried in Japan! Top quality food!

  • Restaurant Ukai Toriyama
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    4.5
    252 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Hachioujishi Minamiasakawamachi 3426
    This Japanese restaurant in a mountain hamlet surrounded by nature feels like a secret getaway. It's about three minutes by car from Takaosan Interchange on the Keno Expressway. They serve savory cuisine made with seasonal ingredients cooked on the charcoal fire of their irori hearth. Their plump and tasty thick-cut charcoal grilled chicken is a popular. The shop alters its ambiance to coincide with the changing seasons. Visitors look out on cherry blossoms in spring, fireflies in the garden in summer, the colored foliage of fall, and winter's snowy cover. The photogenic location makes it in demand for business dinners and wedding receptions.

    Private dining rooms, excellent service, traditional food. To summarize, à must-visit more by the unique location and atmosphere than by the food.

  • Sarabeth’s Lumine Shinjuku
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    4.0
    347 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Shinjuku 3-38-2 Lumine Shinjuku Lumine 2 / 2F
    A New York café and restaurant located in the Lumine 2 building of the Lumine Shinjuku shopping mall in Shinjuku City, Tokyo. Dubbed the queen of the New York breakfast, Sarabeth’s popularity means it sees long lines to get it on weekends and holidays. A full array of delicious and carefully crafted breakfast items are served in the shop’s refreshing red and white interior. Particularly popular are the addictive mildly sweet and citrusy lemon ricotta pancakes, as well as the classic eggs benedict, perfect for brunch.

    We had a delicious and filling breakfast here, but was hoping their would be some Japanese touches. So if youre hoping for anything Japanese, there isnt. Omelettes, pancakes, and coffee were still...

  • Pokémon Center Tokyo DX & Pokémon Cafe
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuo-ku Nihonbashi 2-11-2 Nihonbashi Izumi-chuo SC Higashidate 5F
  • Usagiya
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    4.5
    225 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Taito-ku Ueno 1-10-10
    "A Japanese confectionary shop located close to the Ueno 3 Chome intersection on Chuo-dori Avenue a four-minute walk from Okachimachi Station. The shop's name, literally ""Rabbit Shop,"" is derived from the fact the original owner was born in the year of the hare. This long-standing establishment continues to follow the same policy of ""superb flavor, low prices, and container recycling"" implemented when it first opened its doors in 1913. The shop's signature products are its dorayaki pancake sandwiches filled with sweet Tokachi azuki beans; and its kisaku monaka half-moon-shaped wafer cakes filled with smooth sweet bean paste. The shop's dorayaki have a crisp outer dough made with lotus flower honey and are counted as one of the three best dorayaki in Tokyo. As they are packed while still hot off the griddle, customers are urged to eat them as soon as possible."

    They make great dorayaki. This is worth the drive. Awesome stuff. You often see people eating it outside of the shop. Not able to wait until get home. If you’re around get one and try it out.

  • Taimeiken
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    3.5
    226 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Nihombashi 1-12-10
    This is a long-established restaurant for yoshoku cuisine (Japan's take on Western-style food) located in Nihombashi. It has maintained tastes that are unchanged since it was founded in 1931, and is widely known as a restaurant that even impresses foodies. The first floor features a casual restaurant with traditional yoshoku food served at reasonable prices, while the second floor is a full-fledged restaurant. They are famous for their Tanpopo Omuraisu, a dish popularized by director Juzo Itami in which an omelette is served over fried rice with chicken. Their hayashi rice and beef tongue stew that are covered in a demi-glace sauce prepared over the course of a week are exquisite.

    Easy to find but close early. The omurice that we had did not come out like what it was shown. Guess we did not do it correctly. Food was good but the price is abit high. Had the chicken and fried...

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