- Posts tagged by Shibuya. I hope you can find your favorite restaurants!
If you're craving delicious French bread in Tokyo, you need to stop by Viron. There is even a lovely and authentic French bistro on the second floor. It's a nice place to stop by at any time of the day. By yourself or with friends, you can have some delicious food!
Have you ever thought of eating a slice of pizza as big as a person's face? In spite of the size, the price of that pizza is decent and you'll feel full after one slice. Most of all, it's New York style pizza! Feeling hungry now?
Ebisu is a perfect neighborhood to spend the day if you're into good food. From great brunch spots to awesome coffee, you can also find authentic Italian restaurants and delicious sushi. If you're looking for a good coffee spot, stop by Pile Cafe. The best part is that it's slightly hidden away, so it makes you feel like you discovered secret spot.
CAMELBACK is a really popular sandwich store located in the back street of Shibuya called Kamiyamacho in Tokyo. It's a really cute cafe where they serve great sandwiches and coffee. If you are looking for somewhere new to explore around Shibuya area, definitely check this place out!
Tudore Tranquility offers an unbeatable vegetarian cuisine in Tokyo. It is a luxurious dining experience where you can try subtle and delicate flavors that interestingly intertwine Caribbean and Japanese flavors.
You might have heard about Japanese-style burger chain Mos Burger. Since opening in 1972 the chain has grown a steady following both domestically and internationally with stores popping up almost everywhere. If you've never tried Mos Burger before you're definitely in for a treat on your next trip here... 'cos they are a must try in Tokyo and the rest of Japan!
Fries are really popular worldwide, and Tokyo has amazing fries-specialized places that you cannot miss out! If you are slightly hungry, these places are for you.
Here are eight amazing places to get kushikatsu and kushiage in Tokyo! Nothing better than eating a crunchy breaded piece of meat on a stick! Kushiage and Kushikatsu is a popular pub-style Japanese dish that can only be described as crunchy deep-fried skewered meat and vegetables. Kinda like tempura on a stick but dipped in a sweet and salty sauce! Particularly popular with city workers and students, these restaurants are great for food and drinks after a long days work!