King George Cafe in Daikanyama, Tokyo, has been the talk of the town. Find out why!
Uoriki is an affordable restaurant in Shibuya serving some amazing mackerel miso stews.
Tsuta was the first-ever ramen restaurant to earn a Michelin Star 5 years ago. However, the shop has packed up and moved to a new location in Yoyogi Uehara, and plans to start a new chapter with a new menu.
Charlar Bar in Shibuya, Tokyo: Great Place To Come Chat With Your Friends While Enjoying Great Food And Drinks!
Only 6 minutes from Gaienmae Station, and an 8-minute walk from Omotesando is Charlar Bar. It's a place where people can come relax and chat away with their friends. The restaurant is famous for its tasty grilled steak, gizzards, and the ajillo gnocchi, among other dishes. You can enjoy some nice alcohol too to accompany your meal. You should check out this restaurant too!
Trias Dining is a recently opened restaurant in Shibuya, Tokyo. It's a very elegant restaurant where people can come to unwind and try the delicious and healthy cuisine.
If you're looking to spend a nice evening in central Tokyo sipping on fruit cocktails and tasting some original modern dishes, then Yotsu Bar is the place to go. Conveniently located in Shibuya, at a walking distance from the Harajuku-Omotesando area.
Located at just a 5-minute walk from the Shibuya Station, Queens Steak & Burger serves authentic American steak. It's the kind of quality you'd expect to find at fancy restaurants in Ginza or Roppongi, except that the price is a lot more affordable. You can enjoy dry-aged beef, T-bones and smoked tomahawk steaks among other things.
Wagyu Otoko Cowboy (COWBOY〜和牛男～) is located at only a 3-minute walk from Shibuya Station. You can enjoy different dishes made from carefully selected Japanese meat. You can try incredibly fresh beef, chicken and horse meat sashimi. Their most famous dish is an assortment of meat served on a staircase-like plate.
Looking for tasty original izakaya foods (e.g. ink squid fried chicken!), great drinks and smooth chill music? Then aux, located near Yoyogi Hachiman station and Yoyogi Koen station, is definitely worth checking out. The place is vegetarian-friendly and has some gluten-free menu items too.