Updated: December 06, 2018
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Where to Eat in Omotesando, Tokyo

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Omotesando is a platform for trendy and delicious restaurants. There's everything you can ever crave for, from salads, to pizzas, to desserts, to chocolate pizzas.. After a busy day of shopping and discovering the hidden streets of Harajuku, why not refuel on delicious savoury dishes and sweets!

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SALVATORE CUOMO

Salvatore Cuomo has around 36 branches all over Tokyo alone; and one in trendy Omotesando Hills, very close to the station.
Salvatore Cuomo is a very popular Italian restaurant; their wood-fired pizza really is good! Don't forget to try the crème brûlée.
Their pizza starts at ¥1,480, also they offer delivery.

Heiroku Sushi

Heiroku Sushi is incredibly popular amongst travelers. This restaurant has branches around 8 branches all around Tokyo, but also all over Japan and even in Thailand.
This branch is located on Omotesando dōri and is an extremely pleasant walk.
This conveyor belt sushi is cheap it is a good quality/price ration. A dish starts at ¥80 and comes with two pieces!

Max Brenner

Max Brenner is originally an Israeli brand that has taken over the world by storm. They got chocolate-addicts hooked to their delicious desserts. They have anything chocolate you can ever hope for; chocolate pizza, waffles, crêpes, chocolate fondue, etc. You name it!
This branch is also located in the trendy Omotesando hills building, a few minutes from the station.
They also have savory dishes for less than ¥1,000.

Dominique Ansel Bakery

Dominique Ansel originated the famous "cronut" in NYC and now has two branches in Tokyo: in Omotesando and in Ginza. They are famous for others sweets as well, such as the frozen S'more treat (¥750), which is torched marshmallow with ice cream and chocolate chips inside; and the cookie shot (¥480).
The Omotesando branch is a few minutes from the station.
Be prepared to queue as this place's popularity isn't dying down!

Bills Omotesando

Bills in Omotesando has 4 branches around Tokyo, this particular Omotesando one is close to Harajuku station. Whether you're craving something sweet or savory, you can find what you're looking for here. If you want something healthy (fresh veggies can be rather scarce in Japanese cuisine), try their awesome salads; if you want something sweet, try their awesome pancakes. All their food is super instaworthy (check out their instagram and see for yourself!)
Lunch and dinner both start at around ¥1,320.

Finally...

Omotesando is a fancy neighborhood, adored by fashionistas everywhere. It is neighbouring to Harujuku, so you can walk from one neighbourhood to the other while walking down beautiful Omotesando dōri.

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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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