Ippudo is a worldwide famous ramen joint, in fact, they even have branches in the US, France and the UK! The standard ramen here is shiromaru, it is made with pork broth and Ipppudo's dashi (fish broth), thin noodles and chasu (pork belly) and different toppings. It is made according to the traditional Hakata recipe. What's more is that a bowl of ramen here will only set you back about 1,000 yen!
Annam Indian Restaurant
Annam, located in chic Ginza, is a good place to fill up after a day of shopping! It is also a good restaurant to bring a vegetarian and non-vegetarian group of friends; everyone will find something they love. In fact, they cater to those on a vegetarian, vegan and also Halal diet.
The lunch set is between ¥900-¥1280, and the dinner set is ¥1,850.
Kushiyaki Bistro Fukumimi (串焼BISTRO 福みみ)
Bistro Fukumimi is an Izakaya and yakitori restaurant in Ginza. You might not think much of this resto when first walking in through the narrow stairway, but once you reach the bar and have your first skewer, you'll understand why it's so popular. You can have a skewer assortment for about 900 yen. That with a nice cold beer or some plum wine and you got the right formula for a great night!
Umegaoka Sushino Midori (梅丘寿司の美登利)
Midori has a well-earned reputation as one of the best sushi chains in Japan because its chefs are true sushi experts! You can see them at work while you enjoy your meal. Great "quality for cost" balance. You can eat sushi at a reasonable price in this sushi restaurant. Lunch course starts at 1,600 JPY. They serve great quality sushi for cheap, so it's extremely popular (i.e. be prepared for a line-up).
Ukai Tei (うかい亭)
Ukaitei in Ginza is a stunning restaurant which is a harmonious fusion of Western and Japanese cuisine. It is a "teppanyaki" restaurant which means they cook high-quality ingredients such as beef, seafood and vegetables over an iron plate. The lunch course is between ￥7,020 and ￥9,720 and it comes with delicious petit fours. Dinner is between ￥19,440 and ￥29,160.
Kyubey is said to be one of the best sushi restaurants in Japan, so it's on a lot of people's bucket lists! However, as you might expect from such a high-end sushi bar, it isn't on the cheap side. Lunch starts at 6,000 yen and the "omakase course" is 11,000 yen; For dinner, the omakase course starts at 10,000 and the "kaiseki" course is between 15,000-30,000 yen. It is a series of small and delicate dishes.