'Tateo Namikaze' is a ramen shop near Tokyo's Nishi Waseda Station that serves one of the heaviest bowls of ramen in the city, with a thick miso soup laced with pork fat and piled with chunks of deep-fried pork. You might regret it when you're finished, but it's definitely worth trying at least once!
Just-fried tempura and soba noodles are served at the restaurant, "Appare." This restaurant just opened on March 1st, and as their opening campaign, the two dinner time courses are offered with a 1000 yen discount.
Although they are mainly a clothing brand and a surf shop, Saturdays Surf Tokyo also has an espresso bar and a beautiful wooden terrace. It'll make you feel like you're in on one of Tokyo's best-kept secrets.
Meguro, which has a station on the Yamanote Line, is a beautiful area to stroll around. It's a popular spot for sakura viewing in spring and ranks among the most pleasant places to live in, in Tokyo. If you go there, you might want to check out the yakitori restaurants. It has some of the top-rated places in the city! Here is a list you should remember!
Pizzeria e trattoria da ISA serves authentic Neapolitan pizza in a restaurant with a casual Italian vibe. A must go. Simply one of the best pizzeria in all of Tokyo.
This year, the Meguro Sanma Matsuri will be held on the 8th of Septemeber. Enjoy freshly grilled fish (saury) for free (hours of queuing is required).
Deli Fu Cious is a restaurant run by a Michelin awarded sushi chef. This restaurant specializes in fish burgers which are both photogenic and delicious!
Care to try a ¥20,000 Kobe beef sandwich? If so, Wagyu Mafia's got you covered! It is the only place that I know of that serves this kind of crazy expensive high-end wagyu beef cutlet sandwiches in Tokyo.
If you want to have some good cheesecake in Tokyo you should give A WORKS a try. They have lots of variety and every piece is almost too beautiful to eat.