This was my goto place of the Blue Bottle Coffee chain (there are more shops throughout the city – the one in Nakameguro is also very nice, especially the building itself is great). The big communal table is great for reading and watching the baristas preparing your coffee.
An outdoor food court close to the Omotesando subway station.
Great matcha latte and cookies. Even during the winter it is nice to sit outside next to heater for a short break.
American pizza place in the basement of the H Beauty & Youth store. This one is great for a quick bite.
Great breakfast place in Omotesando, but I’d recommend coming during the week as there are long queues on weekends. Loved the French toast.
I think this is my favorite museum in Tokyo. It is not too huge, so you see everything easily and the garden is quite a contrast to the city.
A great burger place on the top floor of Omotesando Hills. There are more branches throughout the city, but this is the one I’ve been to the most.
Good coffee, sandwiches and breakfast in a very nice building. Run by motorcycle enthusiasts.
There are more branches of this ramen chain, but this is sadly the only one I’ve visited. Loved the ramen, especially the brooth is great.
I’m not really into latte art, but this is the place to go to.
It took me a while to find the entrance to this place, but once inside it is a great break from the busy streets of Shibuya. James Freeman, CEO of Blue Bottle Coffee, said: I’m sure I think about Chatei Hatou every single working day.
Afuri is a chain of ramen restaurants (and it’s the first ramen I had in Tokyo). I can recommend the yuzu ramen, but if time permits come here more often and try different ramens. There are more restaurants throughout the city, I’ve been to the ones in Ebisu and Nakameguro, they are all great.