Updated: November 06, 2018
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Looking for Awesome Greek Food? Stop By The Apollo in Ginza!

The food selection in Tokyo is incredibly vast and delicious. You can find any kind of cuisine you fancy, from Ethiopian to Korean, and French; local and international cuisine is unforgettable in Japan! For Greek food, you should stop by The Apollo for an unforgettable night.

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The Apollo

The Apollo is originally an award winning Greek restaurant in Sydney Australia, but a second venue was launched in Ginza by Jonathan Barthelmess and Sam Christie.
They focus on the freshness and simplicity of Mediterranean ingredients to make their authentic Greek cuisine with a modern flare.
The restaurant is located on the top floor of the Tokyu PLaza Ginza building, and offers a spectacular view of the city.
Their dishes are made to be shared Mediterranean style, so it's great for a date or an outing with friends.
Delicious food, beautiful view and great location, what more can you possible wish for!

No wonder it's always fully booked! (Click on the link below to make an online reservation).

The Menu

Their menu is simple, yet exquisitely prepared, what more is it's reasonably-priced.
When you go, be sure to try the Saganaki cheese cooked in honey and oregano, it's absolutely amazing!
Another dish you must try is the oven baked lamb shoulder with lemon Greek Yoghurt. It is slowly cooked for 10 hours and is as tender as can be.

The lunch menu is is between 2980 and 4980 yen, and only 1980 on weekdays!
For dinner, it's between 5980 and 6400 yen.

Drink Menu

To go with your meal, why not try a cocktail or a glass of wine? They of course have Ouzo as well, or wine by the glass. They also have an extensive wine selection. You can ask your server to help you choose, which he or she gladly will!


If you're like me and you have a sweet tooth as well, this place won't disappoint! You should try the lemon pie! Yum!


Looking for places to have a nice drink in Ginza afterwards?
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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