Bread and wine: what a great combination. We cannot live on either alone, but put the two together -- along with an easygoing attitude and a tasty side menu of home-cooked snacks -- and that's the recipe that makes Ahiru Store one of our ...

Co-owner Jason Koehler is producing a range of satisfying hand-made Chicago-style deep-dish pizzas. This is a style of pie virtually unknown hitherto here in Tokyo, and it goes brilliantly with all those brews.

If the cheerful sign showing silhouettes of a pig, a sheep, a duck and a dancing rooster aren't enough, then the English slogan underneath will do the trick: " 'Confit' and wine make us happy." It's a great combination, even if, strictly speaking, the ...

Comprising a deli-bakery, a 20-seat cafe section and a food store, with a restaurant upstairs, this is the first outpost in Japan of the UK's poshest purveyor of natural foods. And with its bleached-pine decor and Scandinavian-design furniture, it's a perfect fit for this ...

Keats is not a vegetarian restaurant -- there are several fish and meat dishes each day -- though nonmeat-eaters and vegans will feel at home. It follows the macrobiotic ethos of shunning artificial additives and refined sugars, and incorporating very little dairy food. That ...

Pancakes; muffins, eggs scrambled or sunny side up, with a great choice of trimmings; and, for the seriously famished, a Power Breakfast that means what it says: two eggs with country sausage, crispy bacon, grilled tomato, mashed potato, various veggies and cheese -- all ...

Bon Marche Q looks too hip to bother with food, but this sleek little standing-only boite offers rather more than the basic bar snacks.

The drinks list is split between wine (20 by the glass from ¥500; far more by the bottle, from ¥2,500), sake and shochu, and the food spans a similar divide, encompassing carpaccio, sashimi, stews, kushiyaki grills and three or four kinds of pasta.

Despite its serious name, this is in fact a fun, spacious, boisterous beer hall themed around the brews (albeit rather pricey) and bar foods of five major beer cultures: German, British, Belgian, Czech and American.

Who says you need pastures and milk cows if you want to produce cheese? Why not churn it out where demand is highest, right in the middle of the city? That is the admirable, out-of-the-box thinking underlying Shibuya Cheese Stand, which opened earlier this ...

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