Updated: August 22, 2019
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Tasty all-you-can-eat French bread buffet in Shibuya for ¥648!


Super cheap, tasty and filling option in Shibuya! Try this all-you-can-eat bread buffet (includes savoury and sweet breads) at Les deux magots for just ¥648.

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House-made bread from a popular Parisian cafe

Les deux magots is an iconic Parisian cafe that was known for being a popular gathering spot for artists and intellectuals such as Jean-Paul Sartre and Pablo Picasso.

The cafe now has three locations in Japan, including this one in Shibuya, directly connected to the station in the first basement floor of Toyoko Noren-gai.

All-you-can-eat lunch special for ¥648

The famous French patronage is not the only thing that made the cafe famous - of course, the bread is also pretty tasty! Give it a try in Shibuya if you can. It's made from natural yeast in-house according to the same method used in the original Paris location.

What's really nice is that they have an all-you-can-eat option for the super cheap price of ¥648. You might think that the bread is sold individually at a very cheap price. Not the case! One small piece of bread here is sold for about ¥300, so you just have to eat two pieces and you'll have your money's worth. All the bread offered at the buffet is freshly baked too.

If you want to add a drink with your order, the price will be ¥999.

12 choices of sweet and savoury breads

What is offered may change from day to day but with their 12 buffet items, you can be sure you'll have a few things that will tickle your fancy. What's great is that they have both sweet and savoury options. So start out with the chicken curry or whinner bread for your lunch, and finish with the sweet creamy pieces of bread for dessert.

Everything is cut into bite-size pieces so you can enjoy a lot of variety before you get full.
Of course, you get butter too.

Eat tasty bread to your heart's content for 90 minutes

Some all-you-can-eat restaurants in Japan only allow a single helping. Not the case here! You can get as many helpings as you want within a 90-minute time limit.

Simple yet so delicious buttery salted bread!

This is my recommendation, and I've heard that it's also quite popular too. It's the 'shio (salt) butter' bread. It has a rich buttery taste that is accented by the salt. The smell alone is tantalizing and once you take a bite, you'll love the springy texture too.


This is definitely a good cheap eats option in Shibuya. And once you've had the buffet and tried everything, you can buy your favourite bread to bring back home.
Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.

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