Updated: November 06, 2018
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Ivy Place Tokyo for Brunch in Beautiful Daikanyama!

Ivy Place offers everything from breakfast, lunch to dining and a bar area! The restaurant is surrounded by a beautiful forest, and is nearby the very cool Tsutaya in Daikanyama. Daikanyama is a lovely neighborhood to spend the day, but you could just as easily end up spending the day, chatting away with friends in that refined, yet comfortable setting!

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Ivy Place

In trendy Daikanyama, a few minutes from Daikanyama station, Ivy Place is a great place to catch some sun outside with some friends. After spending some time at Tsutaya next door, a huge bookstore with great books, magazines and also designer goods, you can stop by Ivy Place. It's a really fashionably restaurant that serves breakfast from 7 am, and closes as a bar around 10 PM.
https://www.tysons.jp/ivyplace/en/

Breakfast Menu

You simply cannot come to Ivy Place and not try the buttermilk pancakes. They're fluffy and incredibly delicious.
If you're not a pancake addict like myself, you can try any of the other delish breakfasts; such as the smoked salmon tartine or the eggs and kimchi! Breakfast is between 900-2,200 yen.

Lunch and Dinner Menu

For lunch, there are tons of things to choose from, from pizza & pasta, to sandwiches and salads. You can even get pancakes for lunch! Lunch is between 1,500-3,000 yen on weekdays and weekends.

For dinner, there are even more dishes to choose from! The price range is similar to lunch, but this is the type of resto where you might want to get many dishes to share with friends for dinner.
You should try the lambchops!!

Dessert Menu

The desserts here are elegant, yet not too sweet. There is an organic orange blossom honey crème brulée that is quite heavenly. But there are also some gluten free desserts to choose from!

Drink Menu

There is quite a nice wine list here, from Pinot Noir, to Chardonnay, etc. There are new world wines, as well as French, Italian wines.
For beer lovers, as they as are a sister company to TY Harbor, they serve their craft beer too!

Lastly...

For other restos in Daikanyama, click on the link below!
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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