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Nov 26, 2009 05:10 PM

Reasonable priced Sunday brunch

Hi guys,

could somebody recommend a good place to have a long sunday brunch in downtown Tokyo? The good hotels all offer this, however for this occasion the Ritz (ca. 15000y) or the Okura (ca. 6000y) are just too expensive. I don't need to have a champagne flatrate (Ritz' offer includes this), just fresh danish, fruits and an egg station would do the trick for me.

Any recommendations?


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  1. Maybe Suji's in Azabu-juban. I can't speak for the brunch but it's a fun place.

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    1. re: lost squirrel

      Suji's is only meh in general, and when all said and done, can run you close to what the Okura charges for what may be a sub-par experience. And the tables are really close together, it is full of annoying families, and the service is weak for Tokyo.

      Roti and Beacon both run a good brunch but it isn't all you can eat, you will pick from a menu, but it is pretty decent.

    2. Ekki in the Four Seasons Marunouchi started at Y3900 the last time I checked. Roti in Roppongi also offers brunch.

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      1. re: Robb S

        Here below a link that I recommend :
        Or the classic japanese coffee shops do have a "morning set" usualy very cheap :

        1. re: Ninisix

          Unfortunately, those potato salad sandwiches in the morning set are a far cry from the "fresh danish, fruits and an egg station" requested by the OP.

          1. re: Robb S

            It is true, the white soft bread is a general, not terrible, and with a potato salad...but a hot breakfast in an old style Japanese cafe is a opportunity to have a hot bacon salad sandwich with roast coffee flavor coffee or or on an early morning at 7:00 AM a hot toast jam butter coffee for 550.yens only….