3.4 km
Arossa

Despite the excellent provender, it is still the cellar that is the outstanding feature of Arossa. Takeshita has assembled some 700 bottles, ranging from the simple and basic to the rarefied -- and he says he sells nothing he doesn't like himself. He has ...

3.4 km
Rakushokushu Maru

Most kaiseki restaurants serve meals that are by definition multicourse affairs, with no deviation from the established sequence of dishes. At Maru, you get a choice: Call ahead to order a full-course meal or pick from the a la carte menu (a full English ...

3.4 km
Daylesford Organics

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 ...

3.4 km
Kitchen Nakamura

Like its parent operation, Kitchen Nakamura revolves around a large open cooking area and focuses on ingredients sourced almost entirely within Japan. Where it differs is that it serves no sake and little shochu. The food here is crossover Western and wine is the ...

3.4 km
Beacon

Beacon styles itself as an "urban chop house." What that means is a self-confident, high-end grill in the best American tradition. Swanky and polished, it exudes the reassuring, understated elegance (and, it must be said, the equivalent sticker price) of a Lincoln Continental.

3.4 km
Guerrero

Review excerpt: Just a short stroll from Shimokitazawa Station, away from the bars and the student hangouts, Guerrero is a no-frills place with simple decor, basic furniture and a great soundtrack that runs the gamut from indie to Afrobeat.

3.4 km
Shoto Lamp

Review excerpt: There is no written menu at Shoto Lamp. You just give them the go-ahead and they will place a succession of dishes in front of you until you’re ready to wrap up your meal.