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Eating Out in Kanda

Nestled in between Tokyo station and Ueno park, Kanda is the diverse neighborhood in eastern Tokyo consisting of the electric town Akihabara and book town Jimbocho. This neighborhood attracts a wide range of people, from business workers leaving their office for the day to sightseeing tourists. The restaurant scene in Kanda caters to this sundry of tastes. Diners can find anything they crave, from western style meat joints to trendy cafes.

Eating Out in Kanda

Index

  • Butcher Brothers

  • Kanda Matsuya Soba

  • Mighty Steps Coffee

  • Shouei Tei

  • Yona Yona Beer Works

  • Butcher Brothers

    Butcher Brothers

    Butcher Brothers

    Thick, quality meat can be hard to find in Tokyo. Butcher Brothers lives up to its name by offering a variety of meat options, ranging from duck to steak. This western style restaurant is loud and large, perfect for parties and events. Diners choose from the offered meats of the day and customize their order by choosing the size and optional sides. Those who prefer well done or medium well done can also choose their cut of the meat. The sides can be chosen from a menu of vegetables and fried food. All of the meat is relatively affordable compared to other meat-centric establishments, with prices ranging from 800 yen to 2,500 yen. Salads and other veggie entrees line the appetizer menu. As for alcohol, Butcher Brothers specializes in imported wines from around the world. Be sure to ask your server for a recommended pairing.

    Butcher Brothers

    Butcher Brothers

    Butcher Brothers
    Address
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Nihombashihongokuchou 4-5-10
    Phone
    0362252936
  • Kanda Matsuya Soba

    Kanda Matsuya Soba

    Kanda Matsuya Soba

    Kanda Matsuya serves some of the most famous homemade soba in Tokyo. Soba is a buckwheat noodle either served in hot soup or dipped into a cool, concentrated broth. Soba chains can be found all over the country but Kanda Matsuya serves in house crafted soba. The noodles are best eaten plain, so the diner can taste and experience the subtle nutty flavor of the noodles and salty dashi broth. Those with a big appetite can order a side of tempura with their soup, or a large portion. The restaurant itself has kept most of its wooden aesthetic from 1884, when it first opened.

    Kanda Matsuya Soba

    Kanda Matsuya Soba

    Matsuya
    Address
    1-13, Kandasudacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 101-0041
    Phone
    0332511556
  • Mighty Steps Coffee

    Mighty Steps Coffee

    Mighty Steps Coffee

    Mighty Steps Coffee is a cozy cafe serving coffee and house made ice cream. An odd combination, but delightfully refreshing on a hot summer day. The coffee menu focuses on single origin drip and espresso drinks. The cafe recommends a scoop of ice cream in a cone paired with a single origin drip coffee. The ice cream flavors change on rotation, but standard flavors include salted caramel and pistachio. Visitors can relax on the couch and chat with the baristas or take their coffee to go.

    Mighty Steps Coffee

    Mighty Steps Coffee

    Mighty steps coffee stop
    Address
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Nihombashihonchou 4-3-14
    Phone
    0362621988
  • Shouei Tei

    Shouei Tei

    Shouei Tei

    Shoueitei serves western style Japanese food, or yoshoku. The restaurant opened in 1907 by Horiguchi Iwakichi, the former personal chef of Dr. Von Kobel, most famously the mentor of writer Natsume Soseki. When working as the personal chef, Horiguchi created a fried mixture of meat and vegetables, becoming the first person to cook western style kakiage (Yofu Kakiage). Now, Shoueitei has its fourth chef and is still serving the kakiage alongside other yoshoku favorites, like omelette rice and hamburg.

    Shouei Tei

    Shouei Tei

    松榮亭
    Address
    東京都千代田区神田淡路町2-8
    Phone
    03-3251-5511
  • Yona Yona Beer Works

    Yona Yona Beer Works

    Yona Yona Beer Works

    Originally hailing from Nagano, Yona Yona Beer Works is one of the brewery’s flagship locations. There are a dozen taps serving the best of Yona Yona and vary by season. The beers are affordable, with a pint under 1,000 yen. Be sure to pair a draft beer with their signature sausage. The menu is mainly western inspired, heavily focusing on meat and fried food. The dishes are tapas style and are meant to be split with the whole table. Be sure to check out the beer and dish pairing menu. The Kanda location of Yona Yona is perfect for people watching office workers out enjoying after work drinks, or a Sunday afternoon beer.

    Yona Yona Beer Works

    Yona Yona Beer Works

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