Glad to have found this little cafe, off the track in busy Shimokitazawa. Even on a public holiday when other cafes on the main streets are packed and have long queues, they had tables open. This is usually a bad sign in Asia but let it not fool you. They are tucked away at the end of a quiet street which doesn't get very much traffic, the food is delicious and the ambience is great for couples or a group hang.
There is an English menu for tourists which means I don't have to play charades and rely on google translate. Always get ojiya when I'm here, it is delicious. Their karage is average, the salads are great and simple, chai tea is a treat, cakes are nothing to brag about, Moscow mules are pretty decent, staff lovely and food comes quick too. It's all you need really.
A cafe I frequent whenever I am in Tokyo, definite recommendation.
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