Updated: August 22, 2019
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5 American restaurants in Tokyo you can't go wrong with


Looking for some American restaurants in Tokyo? Then these popular spots shouldn't disappoint!

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Whoopi Goldburger (Shibuya)

This is a popular burger joint where you can eat burgers named after famous actors and actresses. If you've really worked up an appetite, try the Charlotte Gainsburger (¥1,590). It comes with three layers of meat and of cheese!! This super-size burger is made with three 130 g patties, for a whopping total of 390g of meat!

It's a great place to come for lunch, but it's open until 12 midnight, so you can come late at night for dinner as well!

Located near Shibuya station.

Moja (Shibuya)

Moja in the House serves some super local American soul foods including this waffle chicken maple syrup plate. This might not sound like the best combination of foods but give it a chance! The sweet and savoury tastes go surprisingly well together.

The restaurant is located at a 5-minute walk from Shibuya station.

Qino's (Bunkyo-ku)

Qino's is an adorable cafe, 5 minutes walk from Myogadani station. The owner opened the cafe to offer authentic American style sandwiches and tarts which Japanese are generally not familiar with. The most popular menu item is their Reuben sandwich. The bread contains 10 kinds of grains, which adds more textures and flavours. The meaty pastrami, sour sauerkraut, spicy mustard, and mild cheese blend together perfectly.

Queens Steak & Burger (Shibuya)

At Queens you can have high-end authentic American steak or burgers with thick meat patties. The steaks made with top quality dry-aged beef are quite expensive (e.g. a huge T-Bone for 3-4 ppl is ¥12,000), but the burger sets are more resonably-priced (burger-fries set is ¥1,400). Also popular are their super thick onion rings that come with a house-made aurora sauce, and their smoked mashed potatoes which are a great accompaniment for steak.

Tableaux (Daikanyama)

In a stylish and sophisticated atmosphere, Tableaux serves new American cuisine under the direction of Chicago native Chef Rachel Dow. She's elaborated an authentic menu inspired by the rich food multiculturalism of America. The genre is called New American cuisine, and it will give you a whole new perspective on American cuisine! Dinner courses start at around ¥7,000.

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