4.2 km
Umaya

The food is based around simple, traditional fare -- yakitori; beef tongue grilled over shichirin burners; pork shabu-shabu; simple nabe hotpots; plenty of vegetable dishes -- but all produced using ingredients of unimpeachable quality from rural Kyushu.

4.2 km
Tempu

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 ...

4.3 km
Gogyo

Gogyo's secret weapon is kogashi ("burned") ramen. For each bowl, a couple of ladlefuls of lard are heated up in a wok and then ignited, filling the kitchen with billowing fire and smoke. The charred residue is then tipped over the noodles, giving the ...

4.3 km
Kobe Beef Kaiseki 511

The restaurant Kobe Beef Kaiseki 511 is in an intimate area of Akasaka, one of the major business districts in Tokyo. As customers walk down the stairs to the basement, they are welcomed by the soothing sound of flowing water. With a goal to showcase ...

4.3 km
Stefano

Most other Italian restaurants in town (including Carmine's) stick to the mainstream of Rome, Tuscany or Lombardy. But Stefano focuses on the foods of his native Veneto, the northeast corner of Italy that lies inland from Venice. Many of the ingredients he uses -- ...

4.3 km
Brasilia Grill

[Sponsored] Brasilica Grill Churrascaria is a newly opened Brazilian barbecue restaurant just two minutes from Akasaka-Mitsuke Station. The restaurant serves all-you-can-eat churrasco, or charcoal-grilled meat, along with a buffet that offers traditional Brazilian favorites. Customers can enjoy various cuts of perfectly seasoned meat, including rump, ...