Nishihara Excessive Road – Meals Sake Tokyo


Nishihara Excessive Road close to Hatagaya Station is crammed with so many cool retailers. I used to stay on this neighborhood 20 years in the past. It was not this hip again then.

Katane Bakery Cafe. Indulged in a basket of breads, salad, and latte. 1,210 yen (solely $8). All the breads are scrumptious. Picked up some focaccia and ciabatta from the store. The basement cafe, which feels prefer it could possibly be in Paris with the Chagall posters and recent flowers, is small and very talked-about. There could possibly be a queue so carry some endurance.

Charming Isshoku Onigiri store is busy with clients getting savory rice balls to go. Tempting fillings like katsuobushi with cheese or canned tuna with mayonnaise. I loved a seasonal ginnan ginkgo nut onigiri on the small bench in entrance of the store.

The chopped cheese Reuben pastrami sandwich with fries at Freeman Shokudo was a taste I haven’t had in years. There’s additionally New York-style Pastrami, pulled pork and a smoked mackerel sandwiches. Within the evenings ribs are on the menu. Already trying ahead to going again.

Sadly Paddlers Espresso was closed, because it was a Wednesday. Cool outside seating area and Paddlers is legendary for its espresso. Additionally handed an attention-grabbing store with Espresso and Gyoza spelled out on its window. There may be additionally a public bathtub within the neighborhood.

Hatagaya Station is barely two stops the Keiō New Line from Shinjuku Station. A good friend who lives within the neighborhood calls it Nishihara Excessive Road. I adore it. Hope the title catches on!

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