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Best International Cafes and Restaurants in Tokyo

Best International Cafes and Restaurants in Tokyo

Miss your home country’s food? Ready for a new foodie adventure? Tokyo has it all. Cuisines from all over the world, and the prices are quite reasonable. Here is a list of some of the best international cafes and restaurants in Tokyo.

Minsk’s Kitchen

This restaurant serves traditional Belorussian dishes since 2002. The food tastes authentic and the place is tastefully decorated with Belorussian motives. All of the staff members are coming from the former Soviet Union countries, for the full experience. 

Healthy KanTomoka

If you are in a mood to try Korean food but don’t know where to begin and do not wish to spend a ton of money on it, head to Healthy KanTomoka in Shin-Okubo area. Here you can order one main dish and additionally to it, you will get access to a buffet with 20 different traditional and famous Korean dishes, such as buchimgae, gimbap, tteokbokki, and more. It is recommended to make a reservation and to come as a group because the main dish is rather big.

Tokyo Dòujiāng Life

This is a Taiwanese cafe that specializes in Taiwanese breakfast. It is open from 9 AM until 3 PM, but the place is so popular, that most of the baked goods are sold out before 11. Hence, if you are interested in trying the famous fried bread or other pastries, come early. 


This is the only Swedish restaurant in Tokyo that gives you an opportunity to enjoy a real Swedish-style viking buffet – Smorgasbord. Come here for their weekend’s lunch and enjoy more than 60 different kinds of food for as little as 3,800 yen. 

La Jolla

La Jolla is another Tokyo establishment. This restaurant in Hiroo has been around since the 80s. The place serves Mexican-American dishes, as well as traditional Mexican food and snacks. We love this place for the delicious food and for the relaxed atmosphere. 

Pizzeria Ciro

What a lovely place serving Neapolitan-style pizza! Amazing atmosphere and amazing menu. They have more than 30 kinds of pizza and some side dishes. Everything is carefully prepared, tastes divine, and all not that expensive. The place is located not in a central area and yet quite popular, therefore reservations are recommended. 


Shamaim is an Israeli food restaurant in Nerima. It serves hummus, falafel, majadra, a trendy shakshuka, etc. It also offers an all-you-can-eat menu, so you can enjoy all of the dishes all at once. The service is also superb!

New Nanay’s

This Filipino restaurant in Roppongi is one of the very few Philippine restaurants in all of Tokyo. Before the COVID you could enjoy a buffet-style lunch here, but even now it is worth visiting and trying various dishes and desserts from the Philippines. 

World Breakfast AllDay

Last but not least is World’s Breakfast AllDay cafe with its several branches, in Gaienmae and Kichijoji. Every two months they serve a traditional breakfast from another country. They already featured Egyptian breakfast, Polish breakfast, Finnish breakfast, and more. On their regular menu, they have American, Taiwanese, Thai breakfasts. Follow their SNS for more updates and the changing menu. 

Of course, it is only a few examples of the international eateries that you can find in Tokyo. We encourage you to look up for more and try them. It is almost like traveling but in this case, you do not need your passport.

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