Area:Shibuya

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Review excerpt: Start with a plate of mixed matzah, Uekawa’s version of Lebanese mezze. Follow up with falafels or Turkish spring rolls stuffed with minced lamb. Don’t overlook the Tunisian brik a l’oeuf, egg mixed with tuna, potato and cheese, deep-fried in triangles of ...

The Aldgate’s 21 taps are divided between Japanese and imported beers, many of the latter hailing from the U.K. At this time of night, The Aldgate’s staff and patrons are especially friendly.

A short walk into Shibuya’s western outskirts, Goodbeer Faucets’ big yellow sign shines like a lighthouse from the bar’s second-story window. Faucets is a landmark on Tokyo’s craft beer map.

More beer cafe than bar, Øl is the kind of place to bring your laptop, take a sturdy seat and get some work done over an easy-drinking session beer and some snacks. True to its minimal approach, Øl has no kitchen, but instead partners ...

Review excerpt: Tempu is in no way a destination restaurant. It’s a six-minute schlep beside the tracks from JR Shibuya Station, and when you arrive all you’ll find is a cluttered hole-in-the-wall that fits eight at a pinch, all standing. But it’s this funky setting ...

Eleven years later, Tabela's laid-back style, funky furnishings and righteous, Middle Eastern-inflected menu feel just as comfortable as ever. Slide behind a well-patinated table or, if you’re with friends, into one of three semi-private booths modeled after European train compartments. Then start with an ...

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