Sushi-Tei Den is a newly opened high-end sushi counter in Ebisu, Tokyo. The restaurant serves sushi and tsumami that utilize premium seasonal ingredients prepared in a way that brings out maximum flavor and umami. There is a 9-seat counter, and a 5-seat counter that can be reserved for private use.
Hayakawa is undeniably one of Tokyo's coolest sushi restaurants. The small shop is literally hidden away behind an unmarked door on the 5th floor of a seemingly typical building in Ebisu. Despite the secrecy, Hayakawa has made quite a name for himself, and customers flock from around the world for a chance to eat the truly outstanding sushi he serves.
There's a seemingly normal udon restaurant in Ebisu, Tokyo that serves a very unique bowl of curry udon with a most peculiar topping. It looks like whipped cream, but is it??
In Tokyo, the most famous restaurants are usually booked for months and incredibly expensive, but going into an unknown restaurant is unsettling. Don't worry! The sushi counters in this article all serve sushi delicious enough to merit fame, yet are still mostly unknown to tourists. Enjoy!
For a nice evening of delicious yakitori in Ebisu, Nakameguro Iguchi PIN is absolutely outstanding. The atmosphere is perfect, and you can even have some fine meat sushi as well.
Have you tried this new kind of tea that is all the rage in many parts of the world? You can now have it in Ebisu, Tokyo, at Comma Tea.
For some amazingly beautiful and tasty Chinese cuisine in central Tokyo, a good choice is definitely Ryutenmon in Ebisu.
Try some of the best affordable chocolate sweets in Tokyo at Hi-Cacao in Daikanyama. You must try their signature Fondant Chocolat!