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Bills Ginzabills(ビルズ) 銀座


Located on Chuo-dori Street in Ginza, Bills is known for “the world’s best breakfast.” The interior is spacious, open, relaxed, and refined. They offer a varied menu including items like pasta, sandwiches, and steaks and are open throughout the day. Their Afternoon Tea offers a choice of three kinds of open-faced sandwiches, six types of sweets, scones, and mini pancakes. It comes with black tea and is available exclusively at their Ginza store.


Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 2-6-12OkuraHouse12F (Tokyo / Ginza / NihombashiArea)

phone 0355241900

8:30-23:00(L.O. food 22:00/drinks 22:30)

Review of bills Ginza

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Reviewed:2019/12/14 Lovely interior. Good menu
Lovely interior. Good menu nicely executed. Service a bit slow and no Australian friendliness or cheer. Typical Ginza pricing but felt more expensive because of the lack of charm.
Reviewed:2019/11/29 The only Italian that was open after 9:30pm
This is the only restaurant in the area that accepted our order after 9:30 pm. So only for that, we were quite happy. The food is also good.
Reviewed:2019/11/29 Lovely lunch
Bills is hugely popular at the moment. A family member had been and recommended it for lunch. We had to queue it is so popular. Well worth it though. Lovely place. Great service. Good food. Well...

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Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 2-6-12OkuraHouse12F [ map ]
Tokyo / Ginza / NihombashiArea
8:30-23:00(L.O. food 22:00/drinks 22:30)
Irregular holidays
Parking Lot
Available (Okura House Parking 28spaces)
Credit Card
Not available
Not available
Vegetarian Menu
English Menu

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