Seafood cuisine is naturally what comes to mind when one thinks of Sapporo. But a lesser-known fact is that the city also boasts some really exceptional Italian cuisine! These 5 restaurants use fresh seafood, meat and produce from Hokkaido to make some Italian dishes that don't disappoint!
Salone 2007 was awarded first place by Tabelog in 2016 for the best Italian restaurant. This creative and delicate Italian cuisine will surely leave you speechless! Come try it for yourself in Yokohama!
Cheese Tavern CASCINA is a casual Italian restaurant in Ebisu, Tokyo. It is specialized in cheese dishes made from a wide variety of cheese from all over the world. If you are a cheese lover, you MUST visit and try their heavenly cheese dishes!
About a minute-walk from Ningyocho Station, at Trattoria Cordiale you can enjoy refined Italian dishes in a casual setting. There is also a sommelier to suggest perfect wine pairings with the dishes.
At this restaurant, you can have a delicious and cheap meal at an unpretentious restaurant with a beautiful view on Tamagawa river.
What are you waiting for? 800 Degrees Pizzeria is here in Tokyo! You can get your favorite pizza unbelievably fast after 90 seconds ordering it. Not unless you spent too much time thinking of the topping for create-your-own pizza.
Daikanyama is a gorgeous neighborhood in Shibuya. It is walking distance from Ebisu, where there is also a ton of things to do. In Daikanyama, there are so many delicious restos and fun bars to choose from, so it might seem a little overwhelming. So we narrowed it down to the must-try restos in Daikanyama. Although, Daikanyama is one of the fancier neighborhoods in Tokyo, these restos are mostly all affordable, and have a great atmosphere. We threw in a luxrious resto in the mix, because it's well worth the visit!
XEX Daikanyama is a beautiful complex where you can go for the lunch, and lounge by the pool, but you can also go for dinner or drinks. It's your go-to place in Daikanyama, for delicious Japanese or Italian cuisine.
BIODYNAMIE, located 5 minutes walk from Shinjuku station and offers unusual spaghetti. You can put as much "shirasu" as you want as a topping on the spaghetti. "Shirasu" is a tiny white fish, often called baby anchovy or whitebait, that is commonly eaten in Japan. You should come and see the mountain of shirasu and try what it tastes like!