Review excerpt: Cafe Y offers a Morning Set for ¥600, but we order the double-sized American-style Breakfast (¥1,000), which consists of scrambled eggs, bacon or ham, toast, a piece of fruit — usually a banana — and coffee.
Review excerpt: Kyoto's Pop! Pizza has awesome pizza, beer, movies and music.
Review excerpt: Shonan's Gold'n Bub is an compact, easygoing brewpub close to Chigasaki Station that has steadily built up a loyal local following since moving here two years ago from nearby Tsujido.
Review excerpt: For a savory dish at Hood by Vargas, try its New York beef sandwich — it’s small, but packs a lot between the toasted slices of bread.
Review excerpt: Morning Glass Osaka is an offshoot of the original Morning Glass Coffee in Honolulu and they’ve borrowed much of the aesthetic and menu from Hawaii.
Review excerpt: Yes! Burger is American diner meets Japanese cafe. The burgers are good and there’s a nice line-up of staples.
Review excerpt: Locale sources its pork from Kagoshima and lamb from Hokkaido and veal from a ranch in Iwate. Look out for her Saitama quail, too.
Review excerpt: Henry's Burger Akihabara has developed a 100-percent wagyu burger that is rich, juicy and distinctively different from any other in town, especially the recent wave of premium American chains.
Review excerpt: At Southern Peas, carnivores can go for gumbo, but don’t neglect the barbecue spare ribs, which come slathered in a rich red wine sauce.
Review excerpt: Instead of boosting the beef patties with artificial additives, more natural, umami-rich ingredients are used at Umami Burger, such as soy sauce and porcini mushrooms. The basic eponymous burger is served with shiitake, roast tomato and a crisp disk of Parmesan cheese.
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This casual all-day cafe has its own bakery — turning out excellent cakes, croissants and hearty, wholesome sourdough bread — and it also has a fine little deli section offering American classics of past and present, from meat loaf and pastrami to red-lentil hummus, ...
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