Updated: February 20, 2020
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Breakfast in Omotesando: 5 Great Restaurants and Cafes that are Worth the Try

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Here are 5 places that are excellent for breakfast in Omotesando. Whether you like savory or sweet foods, you're surely find something that tickles your fancy in this list.

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CLINTON ST. BAKING COMPANY & RESTAURANT

Clinton St. is a famous breakfast spot in New York, and to the great pleasure of brunch lovers in Tokyo, it also has a location in Omotesando! It takes a 5-minute walk from Omotesando Station's B1 exit to get there. It opens from 9 AM on weekdays and 8 AM on weekends.

Most people go there for their popular egg benedict breakfast (¥1,700) or for some fluffy, thick yummy pancakes (¥1,600) that come served with a variety of toppings and sauces.

Mercer Brunch Terrace House Tokyo

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Mercer Brunch Terrace House is a really pleasant restaurant that's perfect for brunch in Omotesando. The interior is particularly interesting because of the large windows that allow plenty of natural light in the restaurant. There's also an amazing terrace that you can enjoy during the warm months of the year.

They have all kinds of breakfast options but we recommend anything that comes with their signature French toasts made from a kind of brioche bread with a hard crust and a fluffy inside.
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BREAD, ESPRESSO &

You've probably guessed it because it's in their name, but this cafe has some really great bread. You'll see people queuing to get some take-out items even on weekdays. If you want just a coffee and some sweets, the thing to have is their French toasts! They come in their frying pan and as a morning set with a drink, they are only ¥800. This is one of the most popular cafes in Omotesando so you might have to wait in line a little to have a seat but it's well worth it.

Jean Francois Echika Omotesando

For a cheap breakfast, you can head to the popular Jean Francois bakery located on the first basement floor of Echika Omotesando (directly connected to the metro). They have all kinds of delicious buns, freshly made and sold for about ¥300 apiece. They have both savory and sweet options. They also have morning sets that come with a coffee and a salad that are around ¥500.

Pain au sourir

This is a cafe-bakery where you can get some freshly baked take-out goodies or eat inside. They're open from 8 AM. Try their rich French toast (¥750) or their ham and cheese monte cristo sandwich (¥850). They also have a brunch plate that comes with a hearty sandwich and some side dishes for ¥1,200. If you have more of a sweet tooth, you'll surely find something you like on their cake menu.

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