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This authentic bistro and cafe is located close to Yoyogi-koen Station. This secluded shop has unique plates, interior designs and accessories, and you can enjoy refined dishes in a space where you can pass time casually like in a cafe. Enjoy simple items like their sandwiches of homemade bread, salad and homemade ham, their Dutch pancakes with raw ham and burrata cheese thoroughly baked in a Dutch oven, and soups for breakfast or brunch. The dinner menu changes depending on the season, and they even pair meals with the perfect wine.

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place Tokyo Shibuya-ku Tomigaya 1-44-2A-FLAT1F
phone 0364070011

Review of Path

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2018/05/01 Hidden gem! Fabulous!
Thank goodness for Instagram, otherwise we wouldn’t know about Path.

We are pleased our paths crossed with Path as this place is a a bit of magic in Tokyo.

We highly recommend brunch, we went on...
Reviewed:2017/04/28 Good for a quick bite
PATH is a small but inviting and relaxing restaurant with a French vibe and a varied menu, which is also small but inviting. The savory Dutch pancake was just right: gooey in the center and crispy...
Reviewed:2017/01/15 Nice Cafe for Branch
Small but comfortable café. A pancake with raw ham is very nice. Staffs are attentive but not annoying. Guests can spent restful time in this café.



Tokyo Shibuya-ku Tomigaya 1-44-2A-FLAT1F [map]



[breakfast] Monday, 2nd/4Tuesday
[dinner] Monday, 2nd/4Sunday
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Vegetarian Menu
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English Menu

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