Updated: November 06, 2018
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Where to Eat at Roppongi Hills

If you're spending the day around Roppongi, you should at Roppongi Hills to try different cuisines for breakfast, lunch and dinner! You'll be glad you stopped by!

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Roppongi Hills

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Roppongi is a very popular tourist destination, understandably so because there are museums, parks, restaurants, nightclubs, cafes, hotels, etc.
If you're spending the day in Roppongi and you are overwhelmed by all the choices, you can try these delicious restaurants in Roppongi Hills (a complex right in the centre of the city).
What are you in the mood for? Perhaps a star-chef Sushi restaurant, an all-you-can-eat Brazilian BBQ, a fusion food casual dining restaurant, Japanese cuisine, or Michelin-starred restaurants? Or maybe even a healthy cafe?

Sushi Sukiyabashi Jiro

Have you seen the documentary "Jiro Dreams of Sushi"?
You should watch it again to get hyped before the big outing.
Although it is a very Japanese atmosphere, the Chef is very accommodating and speaks English very well. Sushi Chef Master Jiro's son will warmly greet you.
It will be an unforgettable experience!
Lunch is ¥18,400.

Barbacoa - Roppongi Hills

Barbacoa has 9 branches around Tokyo, and is a very popular Brazilian meat restaurant.
They walk around from table to table, slicing freshly grilled meat onto your plate. For meat-lovers, this place is quite the delight!
For lunch on weekdays, you can have the Churrasco all-you-can-eat set for ¥3,600 (it comes with a salad bar, a dessert buffet and a drink bar); on weekends, the same set is ¥3,800 (without the drink bar). For dinner, it's ¥5,400 (without the dessert and drink bar), and you can have an all-you-can-drink option starting at ¥2,200.
For lunch, it's a great deal!

RIGOLETTO BAR AND GRILL

Rigoletto is a casual dining experience where Italian & Spanish meets American dining. Lunch is pretty cheap (under ¥1,000) and can be made into a set for less than ¥1,500.
It's also quite cheap for dinner; the pizza and pasta are good, and the wine selection was also good. This place is huuuge and has a great atmosphere!

Arata

Arata is a Japanese cuisine restaurant with a Western twist. This restaurant is perfect for any occasion: having a quick drink at the bar, dining with friends in the dining room, or having a glass of wine in one of the private rooms.
A set lunch menu is between ¥900-¥1200; And for dinner, dishes start at ¥900 and appetisers are affordable, between ¥300-¥500. It looks like an expensive restaurant, but actually it isn't and it has a very laid-back atmosphere.

L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon

The Joël Robuchon brand is highly popular around the world and offers a variety of different restaurants/boutiques according to your budget and appetite (bakeries, etc.). At the restaurant at Roppongi Hills, you can sit at the bar and casually start up a conversation with the chef. You can choose from either à la carte, or a course menu; course menus for lunch start at 3,200¥, and for dinner they start at ¥5,200. For a world-renown Michelin-starred restaurant, the lunch menu is quite affordable and is definitely worth trying! Have you tried the Wagyu beef?

Elle Café

Elle Café is a healthy restaurant and it is verrrry popular on Instagram. It looks so delicious, it makes you want to try everything.
The cafe in itself has only 5 seats, but on a sunny day you can easily take your food to go and enjoy it on the benches right outside the store.
There are some salads, sandwiches and smoothies to try from. They're all delicious and refreshing (your body will thank you!)
https://ellecafe.jp/

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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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