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Food info in Tokyo

houston
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Food info in Tokyo

Can someone please recommend any good places to eat if we're staying in Shinbashi Atagoyama Tokyu Inn‏ hotel..We've 2 kids...We don't like sushi...Not looking for very expensive restaurant...

Thanks!

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1. Re: Food info in Tokyo

Chances of you finding an exact recommended restaurant aren't too high due to the Japanese address system.

Head for Yurakucho and Ginza area where you will find plenty of choices. Go to restaurant floors of department stores in the area where you can usually find reasonably-priced quality meals.

Also refer to this thread:

tripadvisor.com/ShowTopic-g298184-i861-k5423…

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2. Re: Food info in Tokyo

Sammyfloyd's options are good.

And also when you've been out sightseeing all day it's easy just to walk around and find somewhere local. Here's a simple map in English showing your hotel location

tokyuhotelsjapan.com/en/…locationmap.pdf

I see that there's a 'Royal Host' near your hotel (it's a family restaurant, open for breakfast & until late, they'll have a kids menu. And if you can't speak Japanese it'll be easy as they'll have a picture menu.) http://www.royalhost.jp/menu/index.html

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I think you will surprise to find japanese family restaurants serve bery delicious food.

Surely Shinbashi Atagoyama Tokyu Inn‏ hotel is located in little business area.

If you are willing to try Japanese food ( except Sushi), good SOBA resutaurant is near by your hotel. But not English menu.

TOTANOMON SUNABA

…tabelog.com/tokyo/…

I recomend you GOMADARE SOBA.

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4. Re: Food info in Tokyo

Are you looking for western-style food or can you eat Japanese food, excepting sushi?

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5. Re: Food info in Tokyo

Thanks everyone for ur advises...Not western style Japanese is fine for example we love chinese...But not sushi...

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6. Re: Food info in Tokyo

A missing letter.

Surely Shinbashi Atagoyama Tokyu Inn‏ hotel is located in "a" little business area. Surraunded business building. But you will find pretty ATAGO Shrine right in back of the hotel.

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7. Re: Food info in Tokyo

Unless you walk into a sushi restaurant you won't be served sushi.

If it's the raw fish you don't like then don't order sashimi either.

Looking at your hotel's relatively inconvenient location (it is a business ghetto) if you are looking for something within walking distance then I suggest you walk towards Kamiyacho station as that seems to have a few options. Shinbashi station will have more options (but it's further to walk).

'Western food' covers a vast array of food that Japanese people would eat every day & don't consider 'western' at all - including anything fried and also beef/meat dishes. It's getting harder to know what people mean when they say 'western' food - For example in restaurants there are Japanese style mentaiko cod roe spaghetti with nori seaweed - is it western or Japanese? Or there's French-Japanese fusion cuisine that's neither one nor the other. It's more complicated than just western/Japanese food. Even traditional Kaiseki food is now heavily influenced by French technique and tastes - they often serve beef, or cream sauce for example.

There are a vast array of choices available to you.

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