Tio Danjo stays open until 1 a.m. or later, and its tapas-based menu is geared as much to the late crowd who prefer light eats as to those who want a more substantial dinner. Just as you would find in Spain, most of the foods can be ordered either as individual snacks (tapas) or in larger portions (called raciones).
Top tapas made the Tio Danjo way
Name (J) スペインバル ティオ・ダンジョウ
Dinner price range
¥3,000 - ¥5,000
First-rate tapas, excellent paella and no unnecessary frills: Tio Danjo gets it exactly right.
The tables by the window can feel a bit gloomy.
Drinks Beer from ¥400; sherry from ¥500; wine from ¥400/glass, 2,000yen/bottle; cava from ¥3,600/bottle; digestives from ¥500
Number of seats 20 (including six at the counter)
BGM Plaintive, flamenco-influenced music, a style known as "la tuna"
Smoking No smoking
Ogihara Building,1-12-5 Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
東京都渋谷区恵比寿1-12-5 萩原ビル3-1 2F
5:30 p.m.-1 a.m. (last order midnight)
Transport From Ebisu Station (East Exit), go down the escalator to the rotary. Walk down the slope to the main street, cross over and take the street to the left of the Mizuho Bank. You will find the stairs and elevator leading up to Tio Danjo after the building that houses the Red Pepper restaurant.