Updated: January 08, 2020
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Cogs Dining in Kagurazaka is a bread lover's paradise!


Eat tasty freshly baked bread to your heart's content at one of Kagurazaka's most popular restaurants!

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Cogs Dining Kagurazaka

Cogs Dining is an Italian-French restaurant in Kagurazaka that is very popular in the area because of its delicious homemade bread.

Affordable lunch with a popular all-you-can-eat bread option

Every day, there are at least six lunch options on the menu ranging in price from about ¥1,000 to ¥1,400.

The carbonara pasta is the most popular option you certainly won't go wrong with. You're also likely to have other pasta options at any given time, and stews are particularly popular in the winter.

Whatever lunch set you order, it will be served with some of the restaurant's signature bread. The bread is always served to you freshly baked and still hot.

The bread is so important here that the main dishes are created to pair well with it. Several kinds are made daily and they change with the seasons.
Many people can't get enough of the bread with just a few slices that come with the set, so they add the all-you-can-eat bread option for ¥165. It's that good!

Dinner courses

You might also want to try the restaurant for a dinner course.

The most affordable one at ¥5,000 includes the delectable bread, several hot and cold appetizers, pasta or risotto, and a main dish. On top of that, you get free-flowing alcohol for two hours! Not a bad deal at all. What's more, the wine is actually really good because the restaurant has an in-house sommelier.

Cogs Dinning can be a good option for a get-together in a large group.


If you're craving good bread - something not exactly easy to find in Tokyo - then Cogs Dinning might be worth the visit! Give it a try next time you're in the Kagurazaka area.
Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.

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