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Piccolo Grande, Azabujuban

I beleive that Italian is one of those cuisines where no matter how fancy the restaurant, one should feel comfortable walking in, finding a table and enjoying a hearty meal. Piccolo Grande is a nice cosy local Italian restaurant located in Azabujuban, Tokyo. It has the feel of neighborhood restaurant […]

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’ […]

Tim Ho Wan, Hibiya

Tim Ho Wan opened recently in Tokyo. It’s a Michelin-starred Dim Sum Restaurant from Hong Kong. It’s about a 10-minute walk from Tokyo Station or close to Hibiya Station. It’s right outside the new Tokyo Midtown Hibiya mall. This place is A.M.A.Z.I.N.G! Their dumplings skin is thin and their inside filling […]

Domnique Ansel Bakery, Omotesando

NewYork Glamour in Tokyo!! Tokyo is a stylish and glamorous city however Dominic Ansel brings the big Apple dessert fashion to Tokyo!! They only have 3 bakeries in the world. NYC, Tokyo and Paris The desserts  there are beyond amazing both on the eyes  and in the belly!! Don’t leave without […]

Frijoles, Roppongi

So after an intense work out at Orange theory, I was stumbling upon where to go for lunch and where I can find something healthy and that’s satisfying on my tummy.. This place Frijoles is a little off the mainstreet but not too far from the subway station or Roppongi […]

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 […]

Cucina Hirata, Azabujuban

  Cucina Hirata is a small and hidden Italian gem located in Azabu-juban. This restaurant is not too easy to be found, its on the 3rd floor of a rather unlikely building but as soon as you enter the place you are welcomed by the lady owner, Sei Terada and […]

Breizh Cafe Le Comptoir, Ebisu

Are you looking for a place in Tokyo that serves Gluten Free Galettes and Crepes?? Then stop by Breiz Cafe in Ebisu. They have several branches in Tokyo in different locations like Ginza, Shinjuku, Sendagaya and Ebisu. This place is French and they serve crepes /galettes in any way possible. […]