Updated: November 06, 2018
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M House in Ebisu, Tokyo for the Best Brunch in Town!

What could honestly be better than spending time with your friends around delicious food on a sunny weekend day! Especially if you were out drinking the night before, there's nothing better to pick you up than super tasty food and a nice cup of coffee, or even the hair of the dog (we won't judge).

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M House

M House's concept is a restaurant which looks like an "urban resort". It was built to resemble a hotel, where you can sit by the pool and enjoy delicious NY-style brunch. The restaurant has very high ceilings and the interior decoration is very modern and luxurious. You will want to stay there and lounge around with your friends while sipping champagne. There are also some exterior seats near a fountain. You will feel instantly transported to an exotic location.

Brunch Time

This restaurant's specialty is french toast, and almost all of their breakfast options come with it. Their french toast is famous for a reason, it's crispy on the outside, yet soft and buttery on the inside. Accompanied by a refreshing glass of white wine or champagne, and you'll feel like you're on vacation and you have all the time in the world.
I suggest the salmon tartar for brunch, it's really great.

Dinner Time

For dinner, there are tons of choice: from salad to pasta, to fish and meat. There are also some tapas if you're craving something lighter and easy to share. If you can't get enough of their french toast, how about their "uni" (sea urchin) cream sauce french toast?

Terrace Seats

This venue is highly popular, so you'll have to reserve if you want to get a seat on a weekend day.

Other Locations

From the same company, you can have brunch at these three other locations!

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    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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