Tokyo × Curry/Omelet Rice/Stew
Ginza’s A Votre Sante Endo is where you’ll find unorthodox fruit curry and traditional omelet rice under one roof.Read Later
I visited A Votre Sante Endo, a western food restaurant in Ginza, for lunch. Their menu boasted the usuals: pasta, pizza, traditional curry, and various other dishes. But, believe it or not, what this eatery is famous for is its fruit curry and omelet rice! (Yes, you read that correctly!)
On a fine, sunny day, the best place to visit is a restaurant with a view! This article will introduce Ginza Sky Lounge, a restaurant offering sweeping views of Tokyo. I'd like to talk about the superb omelet rice I had for lunch there.
Head to one of Nihonbashi’s oldest restaurants, TAIMEIKEN, to try their traditional special omelet rice!Read Later
Established way back in 1931, TAIMEIKEN is a western-style restaurant that has been able to maintain its popularity for over 80 years now. Naturally, I felt obligated to go and try their omuraisu to see what all the fuss what about.
Pierre Marcolini is a luxury chocolatier from Belgium.
They have now opened 7 shops in Japan, with locations ranging from Ginza to Haneda Airport and Tokyo Station.
Shiseido Parlor is a high-class Western-style restaurant that opened in 1902.
It enjoys a well-established reputation for polished service as well as its beautiful, elegant and traditional Western meals.
In addition to the Tokyo Ginza flagship, restaurants have been opened in Shinjuku, Nihonbashi, Yokohama and Nagoya.
A plate of dry curry and an omelette at 「Loup-de-mer」in Kanda, Tokyo. What a glorious combination!Read Later
In Kanda there is a Yoshoku (the Japanese form of european cooking) speciality restaurant called「Loup-de-mer」.