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Top Restaurants in Tokyo - Your Favourite Tokyo Restaurants

  • When it comes to food in Tokyo you will never be stuck for choice. Across the city you will find all types of restaurants, cafes, market stalls and more to suit all budgets. We asked you for your top restaurants in Tokyo over on our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you had to say...



  • Little Spoon

    Chang Chao Yang says:

    Little Spoon Curry Restaurant in Shibuya if it is still there.

    Location: 2-10-3 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku



    Midori Sushi

    Vee Rika says:

    Midori sushi! The best!

    Location: Various



    Malay Kampung

    Poh Sien Ooi says:

    Malay Kampung!

    Location: 104-0032 Chuo-ku



    Maruya

    Masayuki O Makino says:

    Maruya in Shimbashi, a deep fried pork (tonkatsu) restaurant. Clean, nice hospitality and costs not so high but overall the quality is outstanding.



    Samurai Cafe

    Legos Collins says:

    Samurai Cafe. Bar that serves good food with a nice nightlife atmosphere located next to Sakura hostel in Asakusa.

    Location: 1-10-14 Nishi-Arai Honcho



    Lotteria

    José Ignacio M says:

    Loteria - it's not Japanese food, but it's a really good place to eat. Also if you have the JRpass you can go to Osaka to taste a nice and cheap takoyaki

    Location: Various



    Cerise

    Kai Li Koh says:

    Cerise by Gordan Ramsay at Tokyo Conrad!

    Location: 1-9-1 Higashi-Shinbashi, Minato-ku



    Gonpachi

    Hojin Cate Shin says:

    I love yakitori. Gonpachi in shibuya is the best!

    Location: 1-13-11 Nishi-Azabu, Minato-ku



    Cafe Noodle Roje

    Jeff Breen says:

    Cafe Noodle Roje: an eight-minute walk from the Ochanomizu Station.A tiny restuarant with good food and warm hosts, June & Koko.



    Kojyu

    Irina Abulashvili says:

    Kojyu in Tokyo. Serves Kyoto style food...been there a long time ago, but still remember the taste of the fish in some special sauce. Then there's Zen restaurant in a few min from Shinagawa station. The one above is in Ginza.

    Location: Ginza 8-5-25



    The Chicken Place

    Samuel Dinnison says:

    The Chicken Place, Asakusabashi. Dead set the best bacon, cheese, chicken and cherry tomato sticks you'll ever taste.

    Location: Asakusabashi



    Sushidai

    Mike Kriz says:

    It has to be Sushidai (築地 すし大) at Tsukiji Fish Market for the best sushi in the world!

    Location: Tsukiji Fish Market



    Sweets Paradise

    Véronique Ethier says:

    Sweets Paradise! In Shibuya 90 min. To eat all the deserts you want!

    Location: 1 4-5 Udagawacho Shibuya



    The Lock Up

    Timmy Sipe says:

    Definitely The Lock Up, your "table" is a prison cell, and they are going to do their best to both scare the crap out of you, while arousing you with their hot wait staff!

    Location: 33-1 Udagawa-cho



    Ootoya

    Tam Mie says:

    Ootoya is my favourite. Modern ways of presenting Japanese food. Healthy meals and superbly easy on wallet. It is a chain restaurant so you can locate one in any train stations or town in Tokyo and its suburbs.

    Location: Various



  • Try out some of the following suggestions...

    Naomi Wilson says:

    In Kyoto on Pontocho there is this great all you can eat and drink shabu shabu I can't remember the name.

    Brian Kong says:

    若狭家chained shop selling sashimi rice with reasonable price and exceptional taste.

    Lady Vanessa Reyes says:

    Any izakaya is a great experience for the enormous variety in Japanese cuisine and any restaurant at Tsukiji market is amazing early in the morning for the best fresh sushi you can ever find in this world! Japanese food is high quality wherever you find it in the country. The best, I miss it so much.

    Yum Yum Stefoo says:

    I agree with tsukiji probably best place to eat super fresh sashimi... But they’re loads of restaurants with yummy food.

    Piotr Balwierz says:

    The best about Tokyo is that you can eat each day in a different restaurant some pretty different kind of food. And next to any metro station you will find something good. But for the best places you would need to ask the locals.



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  • When it comes to food in Tokyo you will never be stuck for choice. Across the city you will find all types of restaurants, cafes, market stalls and more to suit all budgets. We asked you for your top restaurants in Tokyo over on our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you had to say...



  • Little Spoon

    Chang Chao Yang says:

    Little Spoon Curry Restaurant in Shibuya if it is still there.

    Location: 2-10-3 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku



    Midori Sushi

    Vee Rika says:

    Midori sushi! The best!

    Location: Various



    Malay Kampung

    Poh Sien Ooi says:

    Malay Kampung!

    Location: 104-0032 Chuo-ku



    Maruya

    Masayuki O Makino says:

    Maruya in Shimbashi, a deep fried pork (tonkatsu) restaurant. Clean, nice hospitality and costs not so high but overall the quality is outstanding.



    Samurai Cafe

    Legos Collins says:

    Samurai Cafe. Bar that serves good food with a nice nightlife atmosphere located next to Sakura hostel in Asakusa.

    Location: 1-10-14 Nishi-Arai Honcho



    Lotteria

    José Ignacio M says:

    Loteria - it's not Japanese food, but it's a really good place to eat. Also if you have the JRpass you can go to Osaka to taste a nice and cheap takoyaki

    Location: Various



    Cerise

    Kai Li Koh says:

    Cerise by Gordan Ramsay at Tokyo Conrad!

    Location: 1-9-1 Higashi-Shinbashi, Minato-ku



    Gonpachi

    Hojin Cate Shin says:

    I love yakitori. Gonpachi in shibuya is the best!

    Location: 1-13-11 Nishi-Azabu, Minato-ku



    Cafe Noodle Roje

    Jeff Breen says:

    Cafe Noodle Roje: an eight-minute walk from the Ochanomizu Station.A tiny restuarant with good food and warm hosts, June & Koko.



    Kojyu

    Irina Abulashvili says:

    Kojyu in Tokyo. Serves Kyoto style food...been there a long time ago, but still remember the taste of the fish in some special sauce. Then there's Zen restaurant in a few min from Shinagawa station. The one above is in Ginza.

    Location: Ginza 8-5-25



    The Chicken Place

    Samuel Dinnison says:

    The Chicken Place, Asakusabashi. Dead set the best bacon, cheese, chicken and cherry tomato sticks you'll ever taste.

    Location: Asakusabashi



    Sushidai

    Mike Kriz says:

    It has to be Sushidai (築地 すし大) at Tsukiji Fish Market for the best sushi in the world!

    Location: Tsukiji Fish Market



    Sweets Paradise

    Véronique Ethier says:

    Sweets Paradise! In Shibuya 90 min. To eat all the deserts you want!

    Location: 1 4-5 Udagawacho Shibuya



    The Lock Up

    Timmy Sipe says:

    Definitely The Lock Up, your "table" is a prison cell, and they are going to do their best to both scare the crap out of you, while arousing you with their hot wait staff!

    Location: 33-1 Udagawa-cho



    Ootoya

    Tam Mie says:

    Ootoya is my favourite. Modern ways of presenting Japanese food. Healthy meals and superbly easy on wallet. It is a chain restaurant so you can locate one in any train stations or town in Tokyo and its suburbs.

    Location: Various



  • Try out some of the following suggestions...

    Naomi Wilson says:

    In Kyoto on Pontocho there is this great all you can eat and drink shabu shabu I can't remember the name.

    Brian Kong says:

    若狭家chained shop selling sashimi rice with reasonable price and exceptional taste.

    Lady Vanessa Reyes says:

    Any izakaya is a great experience for the enormous variety in Japanese cuisine and any restaurant at Tsukiji market is amazing early in the morning for the best fresh sushi you can ever find in this world! Japanese food is high quality wherever you find it in the country. The best, I miss it so much.

    Yum Yum Stefoo says:

    I agree with tsukiji probably best place to eat super fresh sashimi... But they’re loads of restaurants with yummy food.

    Piotr Balwierz says:

    The best about Tokyo is that you can eat each day in a different restaurant some pretty different kind of food. And next to any metro station you will find something good. But for the best places you would need to ask the locals.



    Book hostels in Tokyo | Tokyo videos, podcast, free pocket guide and more


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