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35 Steps Bistro, Shibuya

35 Steps Bistro is a good example of a typical Tokyo Izakaya. It doesn’t have the intimacy of some independently owned places – this is more of a casual place to come with friends or colleagues for a casual dinner. A bit hard to find the way but fantastic food […]

Kichiri, Ebisu

Looking for a Family-friendly restaurant/izakaya for dinner time? Well, This is my new favourite Izakaya introduced to be by the famous Blogger in Tokyo @thetokyochapter. Kichiri is a modern Japanese ( fusion) Izakaya located right by the Ebisu station. Kichiri is a chain of restaurants so, if you’re fan keep […]

Din Tai Fung, Ebisu

Din Tai Fung is a Taiwanese style restaurant that specialises in soup dumplings (also known as Xiao Long Bao). For those of you who have never tried soup dumplings, well I will tell you I am not talking about dumplings in soup. In fact quite the opposite! Handmade in store, […]

Mark’s Table, Ginza

About last night’s dinner date with the most important person in my life!! Mark’s Table is a Japanese inspired American restaurant located in the heart of Ginza, Tokyo. Honestly, it’s one of the best American fusion restaurant I have ever been in Tokyo! From the moment you walk up to […]

Buvette, Tokyo

TOKYO : Sunday Brunch at Buvette Sundays are for late starts, mostly, but when you have little one who is an early riser make sure you get to BUVETTE on your list located in Tokyo Hibiya Midtown for a perfect Sunday Brunch!! French acquired character, buzzing vibes, and romantic indoors […]

Snowy Village Dessert Cafe, Harajuku

Snowy Village Dessert Cafe is the hottest (cafe) these days in Harajuku. This Korean establishment is very unique and interesting that specialize’s in ”BING Su” which is finely shaved ice with pieces of fresh mango (fruit), icecream and mango puree. The serving portion is massive so don’t be overwhelmed, get […]

YakiYaki Miwa, Hiroo

Looking for a classic local ‘Teppanyaki’ in Tokyo?? The word teppanyaki is derived from teppan (鉄板), which means iron plate, and yaki(焼き), which means grilled, broiled, or pan-fried. In Japan, teppanyaki refers to dishes cooked using an iron plate, including steak, shrimp, okonomiyaki, yakisoba, and monjayaki. This restaurant ‘YakiYaki Miwa’ […]

BANBI, Tsukushima

  Have you ever heard about ‘Monjayaki’?  Monjayaki often called (Monja) is the less famous cousin of Okonomiyaki (savoury pancakes). A Tokyo speciality, Monjayaki comes with various ingredients similar to Okonomiyaki (chopped vegetables and seafood) but has much runnier batter mixture combined with water and dashi stock. The dish might […]

Hocus Pocus, Nagatacho

”Hocus Pocus” means magic in English. The shop is just all about that! Doughnuts may not be the healthiest option to eat, but they might just be what your brain needs. They have an ample amount of sugar which is great for concentration. Among the places in Japan which serve […]

Mandarin Oriental

An Afternoon Tea is all about the delicate few hours post lunch devoted to dainty bites, cups of tea and wonderful chats with great company. The Oriental lounge at Mandarin Oriental in Tokyo has a delightful Asian twist on this dining part of the day that’s truly worth the visit. […]