Updated: May 29, 2019
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The Guide To The Best Restaurants in Sangenjaya, Tokyo!

Sangenjaya is a really fashionable neighborhood with loads of cafes, restos, second-hand shops and bars. It's a really nice place to take a stroll and try different types of cuisines. From burgers to Chinese and Thai cuisine, you can find any kind of food you like, in a fun and welcoming setting!

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Baker Bounce

About 5 minutes from the station, this burger joint is in hip Sangenjaya! You need to come try their burgers...they're HUGE!

They are said to serve one of the best burgers in Tokyo. Well, everything is on point! From the bun to the patty! Come give it a try! Especially the teriyaki burger!

Isaan Kitchen

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Isaan Kitchen is a really well-rated Thai resto in Sangenjaya. It's only about 3 minutes from Sangenjaya station. The resto feels a bit like a tree house and is a really fun place to come and have delicious and authentic Thai cuisine. You should try the Thai basil chicken!

Enmadō Sangenjaya

Enmado is a spicy Chinese resto located two minutes from Sangenjaya station.
You can choose from different sets, and you can adjust the spiciness, can you handle the spiciest one??
The best part is that the sets are only about 1,000 yen and they're quite filling!
You should definitely try the ramen (as a set if you're especially hungry)!

AFURI

AFURI is a popular Ramen shop located 3 minutes from Sangenjaya Station. Waiting in a line is inevitable due to its popularity. The distinctive feature of their Ramen is the golden soup made with natural water. In the simple-tasting soup seasoned with citron salt or soy sauce, you can enjoy the different flavors mix together beautifully. The most popular dish is the "Yuzu and Salted Ramen". Yuzu's refreshing yet sour taste gives it an interesting tanginess.

Olu'olu Cafe

Olu'olu cafe is a Hawaiian-style organic and vegan cafe in Sangenjaya, located close to Setagaya Park and about 10 minutes from Sangenjaya station.
For vegans and vegetarians, finding a good resto in Tokyo is surprisingly difficult. So finding this place makes it all the more valuable. The staff is lovely and speaks English , and the food is delicious! You need to try the vegan ramen! Yum!

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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