Discover Restaurants offering the best Cafe food in Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Japan. There are 23 districts in the center of Tokyo, and they have a huge variety of different characteristics. Ginza offers department stores and luxury boutiques, Shibuya and Harajuku are bustling with young people, Akihabara is the birth place of 'Otaku' culture and Asakusa features an old-style downtown atmosphere.
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4 based on 181 reviews
Aoyama Flower Market Tea House remains a delightful little oasis of healthy and tasty food in Shibuya. Itâs also good for people with allergies.Itâs conveniently located right next to Omotesando Station, and super popular with locals, probably because if itâs kawaii flower-shop setting.
5 based on 88 reviews
This was my first visit to a maid cafe so I wasn't sure what to expect. The decor here is fascinating if a little creepy (it's a very gothic look). The maids were friendly and performed an amusing ritual to make the food and drinks taste better. Perhaps it worked - my matcha parfait was delicious.
4 based on 182 reviews
Nice Western-style breakfast near Asakusa metro station. Somewhat inefficient but friendly service (waited for 15 minutes for a table even though several tables were available). Decent avocado toast (bread not toasted though). Nice coffee and great croissant. Overall I recommend this place if you do not want sushi for breakfast and want to experience a pleasant twist to a traditional western brekkie.
4 based on 178 reviews
24 Hours Cafe in the center of Tokyo. Located close to the Imperial Palace, ideal for joggers. A unique cafe with a global atmosphere Welcoming over 30,000 guests from over 100 different countries every year, Sakura Cafe is always alive with the constant
A wide selection of simple tasty food - this hotels cafe is a small gem hidden in Tokyo. We went there to get gluten free food due to my daughters allergy - and they only have a green salad. This is Sakura Hotel Jimbocho. Thank you for your review and comment. When it comes to food, it is true that gluten free menu is likely to be quite limited. However, we have various of kinds of drink menu as well and it would be highly appreciated if you stop by for tea break or in any occasion when you come to Jimbocho again. Thank you.
4 based on 297 reviews
Visited as part of a group, you wear cat ears and have different drinks, strange place to visit but most enjoyable and would visit again if chance arose.
5 based on 436 reviews
I had learned about Littlebird Cafe before coming to Japan on holiday (vacation). I was recommended over and over again in my research to come here. I was pleasantly surprised and I left full and happy.My husband and I stopped here for lunch. The place happened to be empty. I immediately started looking over the menu on what I could eat. There is a regular menu that indicates the whole kitchen is gluten-free. This is rare to see in Japan and hell even in the United States. There is also another menu that indicates what is also dairy-free. This was my best friend since I am dairy-free and gluten-free.I opted for the soy sauce ramen while my husband went with the curry ramen. Both our ramens were flavorful and delicious. We also shared some gyozas. We both also enjoyed a true gluten-free beer (made of soybean) called Nadogoshi Nara. I use to be a huge beer fan before I had to go gluten-free. Nadogoshi Nara is the closest gluten-free beer in taste to a regular lager that I have found in my search.I didn't have enough room left but I wanted to try the waffles. I would definitely recommend coming here for people who are gluten-free and non-gluten-free people. The food was excellent as well as the overall service.
5 based on 518 reviews
The dream land is far away world. While a mysterious light of the candle is lit. Ladys and gentlemans become residents of the dream land. In that limited time,we will change into a smile the best of all people. That is entertainment cafe and bar "maidream
The staff were friendly and happy. We went very early so we were the only ones there. It is better when there is more people which came in. We had dessert and drinks. The staff try to speak English and make you feel welcome. Put on the panda ears and have fun!
5 based on 315 reviews
Gluten Free Tâs Kitchen (Gluten Free 61 cafe & bar )we only serve the best gluten-free food and beverages.My goal is to provide a warm and relaxed place to enjoy a healthy lunch,afternoon tea or evening dinner for those with or without wheat allergies, ma
Finding Gluten-free in Japan can be challenging. I was happy to learn about this place from my research that I had a few options while in Tokyo. My husband, myself, and a friend stopped here for dinner. The menu I found was amazing in indicating food allergies. It made ordering a breeze for me.Most of the food was either a hit or a miss. I would recommend the shrimp and vegetables tempura, cajun fried chicken bites (AMAZING), sukiyaki, and of course sake to drink.The misses were ramen, marinated mushrooms, and yakisoba. Overall a great place for those who have allergies or intolerance. It is an easy place to bring your family members. It is on the smaller side so can be busy at times.
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