Updated: November 07, 2018
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Anniversary Garden: Incredible High-End Organic Cuisine!

Tokyo

Anniversary Garden is an organic restaurant which is very particular about the quality of the ingredients they serve. Everything they serve comes directly from a farm in Japan, and they cater to vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free and raw diets. You'll feel so reenergized after having a meal here!

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Anniversary Garden

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Anniversary Garden is an organic restaurant which is very particular about the quality of the ingredients they serve. Everything they serve comes directly from a farm in Japan, and they cater vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free and raw diets. You'll feel so reenergized after having a meal here!
Anniversary Garden shows a great concern for the quality of the ingredients they serve and for the presentation. The dishes are what you would find at a high-end French restaurant and they are made with the freshest organic ingredients.
Anniversary Garden is in direct contact with the agricultors to ensure the quality and freshness of the ingredients.

Menu

There are five lunch options to choose from: the rice burger set which is made with a soy-bean patty and a rice bun (¥2,100), the Farmer's Salad Set, which comes with a salmon or chicken salad (¥1,700), The Garden Plate Set which is the week's special (¥2,100), the Curry set which is made with organic tomato and chicken (¥2,000), and finally the Garden course, which comes with soup, salad, a seasonal fish or pork belly (¥3,800). The dishes are not only beautiful, but incredibly savoury as well!
For dinner, there is a Garden Course (¥8,000) you can choose, as well as a la carte dishes. The course comes with grilled zucchini, a chilled corn potage, seasonal fish, grilled Wagyu beef, a rose gelée, bread, and coffee or tea. Each dish is beautifully prepared and brought out slowly reflective of the Japanese hospitality and the Kaiseki savoir-faire.
They have delicious cold-pressed juices, such as the pineapple tomato juice, which is great for those who suffer of "natsubate" (being tired from summer heat). They have beer and wine too, of course organic.
Why not stop by during tea time (3-5 PM) to enjoy their lovely desserts with tea or coffee. They have desserts such as a white peach and rhubarb parfait, a rose and beets parfait, an orange tart, etc. Desserts are about ¥800-¥1,300 and a drink is +¥500.

Finally...

For a lovely lunch date with friends or for a dinner date with that special someone, Anniversary Garden is a great place to stop by for a revitalizing meal which will make you feel great afterwards
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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