Updated: February 25, 2019
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The 5 Best Restos in Azabu Juban, Tokyo! You're Welcome


What is spectacular about Tokyo is that although it is a foodie's dream come true, it doesn't mean all restaurants are necessarily expensive. Even in fancy Azabu juban, you can find different price ranges for delicious restos!

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Soul Food House

Soul Food House offers Tex Mex, Cajun cuisine in a comfortable and welcoming setting. They offer lunch on weekdays and exciting brunch on Sundays! You can also come in for dinner from Wed-Sat. If you're coming in for brunch, be sure to have the chicken & waffles! Beautifully seasoned and delicious! For dinner, the blacken catfish is exquisite!


This restaurant serves a tasty burrito, to be fair the portions aren't American size, but it's still filling! The carnitas burrito is delish, and if you're vegetarian, the veggie burrito is perfect! A burrito is ¥900-1,100. It's a casual eatery, many call it a "Japanese Chipotle".

Azabu Juban Romantei

This teppanyaki restaurant offers elegant courses from ¥7,500-10,000. They use seasonal ingredients and prepare it right in front of your eyes on the teppanyaki grill. You can also sit in one of the private rooms, or at the main dining area. You'll have a fantastic evening with friends or a date, it is very entertaining watching the chef and the food is exceptional!

Savoy Azabu Juban

SAVOY is a small pizzeria with just one table for 4 and about 10 counter seats. It is so well-worth going because the prices are reasonable and the quality is outstanding. They also use a wood oven which makes pizzas with a perfect crust. The pizza menu is very simple, with only two options: the Margherita (mozzarella cheese and basil) and the Marinara (garlic and oregano) for ¥1,500. You can get a lunch special of a pizza, salad, and espresso for ¥1,000. One of the best, you won't be disappointed. Located near the Azabu Juban Station.

Azabu Yukimura

Yukimura is a Michelin 3-star kaiseki restaurant, which is run by Chef Jun Yukimura. The chef offers a 10-course meal which offers a taste of Japan's most refined cuisine. They offer seasonal ingredients which are prepared simply, but delicately; it is very representative of Japanese refinement. The space is small and minimalistic, you sit at the bar and watch the chef prepare the dishes right before your eyes. What a delight!


No matter your budget, you will find a delicious restaurant in fancy Azabu Juban. Have fun exploring!

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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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