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A good ol' American diner in Yokohama

Yokosuka News - Thu, 12/26/2013 - 00:19
3 3 <b>Address</b>:  540-1 Ichigao, Aoba Yokohama, 14 Japan Phone: 045-972-2424 Bubble Over website (Japanese)Operating Hours: Monday: 17:00-0:00
Tuesday - Sunday: 11:00-0:00
Cuisine: American A good ol' American diner in Yokohama 0 Comments Email Print Price: 3 Review: 3 Monday: 17:00-0:00
Tuesday - Sunday: 11:00-0:00
540-1 Ichigao, Aoba Yokohama, 14 Japan Phone: 045-972-2424 Cuisine: American Bubble Over website (Japanese) By: JapanTravel

Had I finally found it? A magical doorway that would transport me instantaneously back to the States? This was the first thought that went through my mind as I entered the Bubble Over cafe. As I cast my eyes around the wood-paneled dining area, I saw checkered oilcloth tablecloths, American license plates, and Eagles posters...but what I didn’t see was any obvious sign that I was still in Japan. My only clues were the faces of the customers and - if I looked closely - the yen symbol on the menus and signs that were otherwise all in English.

Owner Katsuaki “Kats” Samejima created this place, and two others under the “Mother Lucy” umbrella (American Restaurant Troubadour and Lucy’s Bakery), to share his passion for American cooking, especially homemade cakes and pies. Enthralled with rock music at first, he visited California for the first time in 1980, and since then has made two or three pilgrimages to the States every year. He reminisces fondly about his time there, especially the culinary discoveries he made on his journey into the heartland: “The deeper into the country you go, the more unexpected things you find. Especially breakfasts! I love American breakfasts!”

I arrived too late to sample their version of an American breakfast, but lunch certainly succeeded in making me forget which country I was in. After my first bite of the clam chowder, I looked out the window and half expected to see Atlantic waves breaking on the rocky shore of my New England home. The staff’s recommended “One Dish Plate” took me to the Southwest: a hamburger steak served with Mexican rice and topped with bacon, egg, and chili that was probably modulated for Japanese tastes but still had an attitude. (A milder version with demiglace sauce and plain rice is available for more timid tongues.) And the Oreo cake, which we selected from the dessert tray after intense deliberation, reminded us of the brownies beloved everywhere from Kodiak to Key West.

The Mother Lucy restaurants are also a prime spot for celebrating American holidays. Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas, naturally, as well as some less well-known in Japan like New Orleans Mardi Gras, and occasional live concerts. Details can be found on the “schedule” page of their website.

Bubble Over is most easily accessible by car, but diners coming by train can work up an appetite with a 15-minute walk from Ichigao Station on the Tokyu line. Lunch sets (featuring hamburgers, pulled pork sandwiches, soft tacos, and other offerings) range from ¥1300-¥1500. A soft drink is included (with free refills for tea or coffee). The dinner menu has a wide selection of appetizers, chicken and steak dishes, hamburgers, and Tex-Mex dishes, generally in the ¥1000-¥2000 range (¥4300 if you want to splurge on a 16-ounce steak with all the trimmings).

The down-home American atmosphere and menus in English aren’t always a guarantee of English-speaking staff. An American server is on duty during the day on Fridays; otherwise it’s hit or miss. But all the staff know enough to take orders and explain the menu, and Kats extends a warm welcome to customers from all over the English-speaking world...with a postscript: “If there are any special expressions they use in your area, please teach us! We’ll be very happy!”

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Tags: American, Camp Zama, Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Yokosuka Naval Base, Yokota Air Base, Restaurant Guide A good ol' American diner in Yokohama 0 Comments Email Print Price: 3 Review: 3 Monday: 17:00-0:00
Tuesday - Sunday: 11:00-0:00
540-1 Ichigao, Aoba Yokohama, 14 Japan Phone: 045-972-2424 Cuisine: American Bubble Over website (Japanese) By: JapanTravel

Had I finally found it? A magical doorway that would transport me instantaneously back to the States? This was the first thought that went through my mind as I entered the Bubble Over cafe. As I cast my eyes around the wood-paneled dining area, I saw checkered oilcloth tablecloths, American license plates, and Eagles posters...but what I didn’t see was any obvious sign that I was still in Japan. My only clues were the faces of the customers and - if I looked closely - the yen symbol on the menus and signs that were otherwise all in English.

Owner Katsuaki “Kats” Samejima created this place, and two others under the “Mother Lucy” umbrella (American Restaurant Troubadour and Lucy’s Bakery), to share his passion for American cooking, especially homemade cakes and pies. Enthralled with rock music at first, he visited California for the first time in 1980, and since then has made two or three pilgrimages to the States every year. He reminisces fondly about his time there, especially the culinary discoveries he made on his journey into the heartland: “The deeper into the country you go, the more unexpected things you find. Especially breakfasts! I love American breakfasts!”

I arrived too late to sample their version of an American breakfast, but lunch certainly succeeded in making me forget which country I was in. After my first bite of the clam chowder, I looked out the window and half expected to see Atlantic waves breaking on the rocky shore of my New England home. The staff’s recommended “One Dish Plate” took me to the Southwest: a hamburger steak served with Mexican rice and topped with bacon, egg, and chili that was probably modulated for Japanese tastes but still had an attitude. (A milder version with demiglace sauce and plain rice is available for more timid tongues.) And the Oreo cake, which we selected from the dessert tray after intense deliberation, reminded us of the brownies beloved everywhere from Kodiak to Key West.

The Mother Lucy restaurants are also a prime spot for celebrating American holidays. Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas, naturally, as well as some less well-known in Japan like New Orleans Mardi Gras, and occasional live concerts. Details can be found on the “schedule” page of their website.

Bubble Over is most easily accessible by car, but diners coming by train can work up an appetite with a 15-minute walk from Ichigao Station on the Tokyu line. Lunch sets (featuring hamburgers, pulled pork sandwiches, soft tacos, and other offerings) range from ¥1300-¥1500. A soft drink is included (with free refills for tea or coffee). The dinner menu has a wide selection of appetizers, chicken and steak dishes, hamburgers, and Tex-Mex dishes, generally in the ¥1000-¥2000 range (¥4300 if you want to splurge on a 16-ounce steak with all the trimmings).

The down-home American atmosphere and menus in English aren’t always a guarantee of English-speaking staff. An American server is on duty during the day on Fridays; otherwise it’s hit or miss. But all the staff know enough to take orders and explain the menu, and Kats extends a warm welcome to customers from all over the English-speaking world...with a postscript: “If there are any special expressions they use in your area, please teach us! We’ll be very happy!”

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Tags: American, Camp Zama, Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Yokosuka Naval Base, Yokota Air Base, Restaurant Guide A good ol' American diner in Yokohama 0 Comments Email Print Price: 3 Review: 3 Monday: 17:00-0:00
Tuesday - Sunday: 11:00-0:00
540-1 Ichigao, Aoba Yokohama, 14 Japan Phone: 045-972-2424 Cuisine: American Bubble Over website (Japanese) By: Charles Kowalski JapanTravel

Had I finally found it? A magical doorway that would transport me instantaneously back to the States? This was the first thought that went through my mind as I entered the Bubble Over cafe. As I cast my eyes around the wood-paneled dining area, I saw checkered oilcloth tablecloths, American license plates, and Eagles posters...but what I didn’t see was any obvious sign that I was still in Japan. My only clues were the faces of the customers and - if I looked closely - the yen symbol on the menus and signs that were otherwise all in English.

Owner Katsuaki “Kats” Samejima created this place, and two others under the “Mother Lucy” umbrella (American Restaurant Troubadour and Lucy’s Bakery), to share his passion for American cooking, especially homemade cakes and pies. Enthralled with rock music at first, he visited California for the first time in 1980, and since then has made two or three pilgrimages to the States every year. He reminisces fondly about his time there, especially the culinary discoveries he made on his journey into the heartland: “The deeper into the country you go, the more unexpected things you find. Especially breakfasts! I love American breakfasts!”

I arrived too late to sample their version of an American breakfast, but lunch certainly succeeded in making me forget which country I was in. After my first bite of the clam chowder, I looked out the window and half expected to see Atlantic waves breaking on the rocky shore of my New England home. The staff’s recommended “One Dish Plate” took me to the Southwest: a hamburger steak served with Mexican rice and topped with bacon, egg, and chili that was probably modulated for Japanese tastes but still had an attitude. (A milder version with demiglace sauce and plain rice is available for more timid tongues.) And the Oreo cake, which we selected from the dessert tray after intense deliberation, reminded us of the brownies beloved everywhere from Kodiak to Key West.

The Mother Lucy restaurants are also a prime spot for celebrating American holidays. Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas, naturally, as well as some less well-known in Japan like New Orleans Mardi Gras, and occasional live concerts. Details can be found on the “schedule” page of their website.

Bubble Over is most easily accessible by car, but diners coming by train can work up an appetite with a 15-minute walk from Ichigao Station on the Tokyu line. Lunch sets (featuring hamburgers, pulled pork sandwiches, soft tacos, and other offerings) range from ¥1300-¥1500. A soft drink is included (with free refills for tea or coffee). The dinner menu has a wide selection of appetizers, chicken and steak dishes, hamburgers, and Tex-Mex dishes, generally in the ¥1000-¥2000 range (¥4300 if you want to splurge on a 16-ounce steak with all the trimmings).

The down-home American atmosphere and menus in English aren’t always a guarantee of English-speaking staff. An American server is on duty during the day on Fridays; otherwise it’s hit or miss. But all the staff know enough to take orders and explain the menu, and Kats extends a warm welcome to customers from all over the English-speaking world...with a postscript: “If there are any special expressions they use in your area, please teach us! We’ll be very happy!”

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Tags: American, Camp Zama, Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Yokosuka Naval Base, Yokota Air Base, Restaurant Guide

Organic Buffet "Hinano"

Yokosuka News - Thu, 12/26/2013 - 00:12
3 3 <b>Address</b>:  6988-1 Okazaki Isehara-shi, 14 Japan Phone: 0463-92-6111 Hinano website (Japanese)Operating Hours: Monday - Sunday: 11:30-16:00, 17:30-22:30
Cuisine: Japanese Organic Buffet "Hinano" 0 Comments Email Print Price: 3 Review: 3 Monday - Sunday: 11:30-16:00, 17:30-22:30
6988-1 Okazaki Isehara-shi, 14 Japan Phone: 0463-92-6111 Cuisine: Japanese Hinano website (Japanese) By: JapanTravel

"I love buffets," a Japanese acquaintance once confided to me, "but I can never get my husband to come to one with me. He insists that you can't get good food at a buffet." I told her: "Try taking him to Hinano. He might change his mind."

Shunsai Shokuken Hinano, to give it its full name (which your navigator is most likely to recognize), is a chain of buffet restaurants with 43 branches throughout Japan, from Sapporo to Wakayama. Their policy is to use local, organic, seasonal ingredients, and combine them into original creations without any additives, preservatives, artificial colors or flavors. Consequently, the menu varies widely. There are some reliable standbys: a salad bar, vegetable tempura (the carrots, remarkably sweet, are highly recommended), and mabo-dofu (Chinese-style tofu with ground pork in a spicy sauce), among others. Some perennial kids' favorites (such as mild curry with rice, and french fries or hash browns) are also standard. Apart from those, the buffet table will generally be full of surprises, but always well balanced between Japanese and Western-style dishes. When last we went, during the Christmas season, some of their featured items were pot au feu, glazed carrots, mildly spiced chicken wings, and tuna-potato pizza with a touch of curry powder.

The drink bar (included in the price) features a variety of juices, organic tea and coffee, and five kinds of Japanese tea. There is also a dessert bar with cakes, cookies, and the occasional mousse or pudding, none of them overly sweet, and all served in minuscule portions in case you have no room in your stomach after a couple of trips to the buffet table. (If you do, you can always go back for more.)

The Isehara branch, closest to me, is a favorite haunt for my family. At the peak lunch hour, especially on weekends, we sometimes have to wait for a table, but never unreasonably long, especially considering that once we're seated, there's no need to wait any longer for our food.

And sure enough, the husband of my buffet-loving friend, after his first Hinano experience, became a convert.

The Isehara branch is open for lunch from 11:30 to 4:00, dinner from 5:30 to 10:30. (Buffet service ends half an hour before closing time.) Lunch for adults is ¥1680; dinner is ¥2100. For those who enjoy a lively party, the all-you-can-drink supplement is ¥1500. For the more family-oriented types, children under middle school age are charged half the adult price (¥840 for lunch, ¥1050 for dinner). Those below elementary school age can partake for ¥400 (both lunch and dinner), and those under age 4 are free. And if you'd like to bring the grandparents as well as the kids, Monday is "Silver Day", with a ¥500 discount for customers over 65. Prices and opening times in other locations may vary; check their website for details.

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Tags: Camp Zama, Japanese, Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Yokosuka Naval Base, Yokota Air Base, Restaurant Guide Organic Buffet "Hinano" 0 Comments Email Print Price: 3 Review: 3 Monday - Sunday: 11:30-16:00, 17:30-22:30
6988-1 Okazaki Isehara-shi, 14 Japan Phone: 0463-92-6111 Cuisine: Japanese Hinano website (Japanese) By: JapanTravel

"I love buffets," a Japanese acquaintance once confided to me, "but I can never get my husband to come to one with me. He insists that you can't get good food at a buffet." I told her: "Try taking him to Hinano. He might change his mind."

Shunsai Shokuken Hinano, to give it its full name (which your navigator is most likely to recognize), is a chain of buffet restaurants with 43 branches throughout Japan, from Sapporo to Wakayama. Their policy is to use local, organic, seasonal ingredients, and combine them into original creations without any additives, preservatives, artificial colors or flavors. Consequently, the menu varies widely. There are some reliable standbys: a salad bar, vegetable tempura (the carrots, remarkably sweet, are highly recommended), and mabo-dofu (Chinese-style tofu with ground pork in a spicy sauce), among others. Some perennial kids' favorites (such as mild curry with rice, and french fries or hash browns) are also standard. Apart from those, the buffet table will generally be full of surprises, but always well balanced between Japanese and Western-style dishes. When last we went, during the Christmas season, some of their featured items were pot au feu, glazed carrots, mildly spiced chicken wings, and tuna-potato pizza with a touch of curry powder.

The drink bar (included in the price) features a variety of juices, organic tea and coffee, and five kinds of Japanese tea. There is also a dessert bar with cakes, cookies, and the occasional mousse or pudding, none of them overly sweet, and all served in minuscule portions in case you have no room in your stomach after a couple of trips to the buffet table. (If you do, you can always go back for more.)

The Isehara branch, closest to me, is a favorite haunt for my family. At the peak lunch hour, especially on weekends, we sometimes have to wait for a table, but never unreasonably long, especially considering that once we're seated, there's no need to wait any longer for our food.

And sure enough, the husband of my buffet-loving friend, after his first Hinano experience, became a convert.

The Isehara branch is open for lunch from 11:30 to 4:00, dinner from 5:30 to 10:30. (Buffet service ends half an hour before closing time.) Lunch for adults is ¥1680; dinner is ¥2100. For those who enjoy a lively party, the all-you-can-drink supplement is ¥1500. For the more family-oriented types, children under middle school age are charged half the adult price (¥840 for lunch, ¥1050 for dinner). Those below elementary school age can partake for ¥400 (both lunch and dinner), and those under age 4 are free. And if you'd like to bring the grandparents as well as the kids, Monday is "Silver Day", with a ¥500 discount for customers over 65. Prices and opening times in other locations may vary; check their website for details.

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Tags: Camp Zama, Japanese, Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Yokosuka Naval Base, Yokota Air Base, Restaurant Guide Organic Buffet "Hinano" 0 Comments Email Print Price: 3 Review: 3 Monday - Sunday: 11:30-16:00, 17:30-22:30
6988-1 Okazaki Isehara-shi, 14 Japan Phone: 0463-92-6111 Cuisine: Japanese Hinano website (Japanese) By: Charles Kowalski JapanTravel

"I love buffets," a Japanese acquaintance once confided to me, "but I can never get my husband to come to one with me. He insists that you can't get good food at a buffet." I told her: "Try taking him to Hinano. He might change his mind."

Shunsai Shokuken Hinano, to give it its full name (which your navigator is most likely to recognize), is a chain of buffet restaurants with 43 branches throughout Japan, from Sapporo to Wakayama. Their policy is to use local, organic, seasonal ingredients, and combine them into original creations without any additives, preservatives, artificial colors or flavors. Consequently, the menu varies widely. There are some reliable standbys: a salad bar, vegetable tempura (the carrots, remarkably sweet, are highly recommended), and mabo-dofu (Chinese-style tofu with ground pork in a spicy sauce), among others. Some perennial kids' favorites (such as mild curry with rice, and french fries or hash browns) are also standard. Apart from those, the buffet table will generally be full of surprises, but always well balanced between Japanese and Western-style dishes. When last we went, during the Christmas season, some of their featured items were pot au feu, glazed carrots, mildly spiced chicken wings, and tuna-potato pizza with a touch of curry powder.

The drink bar (included in the price) features a variety of juices, organic tea and coffee, and five kinds of Japanese tea. There is also a dessert bar with cakes, cookies, and the occasional mousse or pudding, none of them overly sweet, and all served in minuscule portions in case you have no room in your stomach after a couple of trips to the buffet table. (If you do, you can always go back for more.)

The Isehara branch, closest to me, is a favorite haunt for my family. At the peak lunch hour, especially on weekends, we sometimes have to wait for a table, but never unreasonably long, especially considering that once we're seated, there's no need to wait any longer for our food.

And sure enough, the husband of my buffet-loving friend, after his first Hinano experience, became a convert.

The Isehara branch is open for lunch from 11:30 to 4:00, dinner from 5:30 to 10:30. (Buffet service ends half an hour before closing time.) Lunch for adults is ¥1680; dinner is ¥2100. For those who enjoy a lively party, the all-you-can-drink supplement is ¥1500. For the more family-oriented types, children under middle school age are charged half the adult price (¥840 for lunch, ¥1050 for dinner). Those below elementary school age can partake for ¥400 (both lunch and dinner), and those under age 4 are free. And if you'd like to bring the grandparents as well as the kids, Monday is "Silver Day", with a ¥500 discount for customers over 65. Prices and opening times in other locations may vary; check their website for details.

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Tags: Camp Zama, Japanese, Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Yokosuka Naval Base, Yokota Air Base, Restaurant Guide

Chockie brings chocolate culture to Tokyo

Yokosuka News - Wed, 12/25/2013 - 23:58
3 3 <b>Address</b>:  Omotesando Hills 4-12-10 Jingumae Shibuya-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-5413-5888 Operating Hours: Monday - Saturday: 11:00-22:30
Sunday: 11:00-21:30
Cuisine: International Chockie brings chocolate culture to Tokyo 0 Comments Email Print Price: 3 Review: 3 Monday - Saturday: 11:00-22:30
Sunday: 11:00-21:30
Omotesando Hills 4-12-10 Jingumae Shibuya-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-5413-5888 Cuisine: International By: . Metropolis Magazine

The innovate chocolate brand Max Brenner was launched in 1996 by Max Fichtman and Oded Brenner. Brenner had trained Germany and France, but launching the brand in Israel allowed them some freedom to break with tradition and create a new “chocolate culture.”

Shaking up the long tradition of chocolatiers, a typical branch is part Parisian sidewalk cafe and part Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

Now Max Brenner brings its whimsical approach to Tokyo with a location in Omotesando Hills (4-12-10 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku. Tel: 03-5413-5888).

Joining an already crowded  market, the newcomers take the brown drug to new heights with chocolate spread pizza (¥1,800) a chocolate syringe (¥500) and cocoa (¥500) served in “hug mug,” a ceramic cup that comfortably nests in two hands.

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Tags: Camp Zama, International, Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Yokosuka Naval Base, Yokota Air Base, Restaurant Guide Chockie brings chocolate culture to Tokyo 0 Comments Email Print Price: 3 Review: 3 Monday - Saturday: 11:00-22:30
Sunday: 11:00-21:30
Omotesando Hills 4-12-10 Jingumae Shibuya-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-5413-5888 Cuisine: International By: Metropolis Magazine

The innovate chocolate brand Max Brenner was launched in 1996 by Max Fichtman and Oded Brenner. Brenner had trained Germany and France, but launching the brand in Israel allowed them some freedom to break with tradition and create a new “chocolate culture.”

Shaking up the long tradition of chocolatiers, a typical branch is part Parisian sidewalk cafe and part Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

Now Max Brenner brings its whimsical approach to Tokyo with a location in Omotesando Hills (4-12-10 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku. Tel: 03-5413-5888).

Joining an already crowded  market, the newcomers take the brown drug to new heights with chocolate spread pizza (¥1,800) a chocolate syringe (¥500) and cocoa (¥500) served in “hug mug,” a ceramic cup that comfortably nests in two hands.

Metropolis Magazine website

Tags: Camp Zama, International, Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Yokosuka Naval Base, Yokota Air Base, Restaurant Guide Chockie brings chocolate culture to Tokyo 0 Comments Email Print Price: 3 Review: 3 Monday - Saturday: 11:00-22:30
Sunday: 11:00-21:30
Omotesando Hills 4-12-10 Jingumae Shibuya-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-5413-5888 Cuisine: International By: Metropolis Magazine

The innovate chocolate brand Max Brenner was launched in 1996 by Max Fichtman and Oded Brenner. Brenner had trained Germany and France, but launching the brand in Israel allowed them some freedom to break with tradition and create a new “chocolate culture.”

Shaking up the long tradition of chocolatiers, a typical branch is part Parisian sidewalk cafe and part Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

Now Max Brenner brings its whimsical approach to Tokyo with a location in Omotesando Hills (4-12-10 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku. Tel: 03-5413-5888).

Joining an already crowded  market, the newcomers take the brown drug to new heights with chocolate spread pizza (¥1,800) a chocolate syringe (¥500) and cocoa (¥500) served in “hug mug,” a ceramic cup that comfortably nests in two hands.

Metropolis Magazine website

Tags: Camp Zama, International, Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Yokosuka Naval Base, Yokota Air Base, Restaurant Guide

Holiday dining: Seamus O'Hara

Yokosuka News - Tue, 12/17/2013 - 19:48
3 3 <b>Address</b>:  B1F Matsuda Bldg., 3-12-3 Meguro Meguro-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-2760-6179 Seamus O'Hara websiteOperating Hours: Monday - Sunday: 18:00-2:00
Cuisine: International Holiday dining: Seamus O'Hara 0 Comments Email Print Price: 3 Review: 3 Monday - Sunday: 18:00-2:00
B1F Matsuda Bldg., 3-12-3 Meguro Meguro-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-2760-6179 Cuisine: International Seamus O'Hara website By: Metropolis Magazine

Festive feasts: Enjoy the Christmas turkey breast plate with all the trimmings from December 20-25 for just ¥2,000—groups of six or more can reserve a whole stuffed bird (one week advance)—and avail yourself of 90-minute all-you can-drink Irish beers, draft cider, sparkling wine and cocktails for just ¥2500. Or how about Xmas pudding with ice cream for only ¥500?

Holiday special events: Irish Christmas Night celebrations on Sunday, December 15 (4pm-midnight) feature live music, pub quizzes and an all day happy hour. Have a craic!

Spirit of Christmas: The atmosphere at Seamus O’Hara over the festive season is that of a true Irish countryside Christmas.

Our gift to Metropolis readers: Mention Metropolis when booking for dinner and receive 15 extra minutes of all-you-can-drink.

Shop info: B1F Matsuda Building, 3-12-3 Meguro, Meguro-ku. Tel: 03-2760-6179. Open daily 6pm-2am (Dec 20-25 from 3pm) Nearest stn: Meguro. www.seamus-ohara.com

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Tags: Camp Zama, International, Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Yokosuka Naval Base, Yokota Air Base, Restaurant Guide Holiday dining: Seamus O'Hara 0 Comments Email Print Price: 3 Review: 3 Monday - Sunday: 18:00-2:00
B1F Matsuda Bldg., 3-12-3 Meguro Meguro-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-2760-6179 Cuisine: International Seamus O'Hara website By: Metropolis Magazine

Festive feasts: Enjoy the Christmas turkey breast plate with all the trimmings from December 20-25 for just ¥2,000—groups of six or more can reserve a whole stuffed bird (one week advance)—and avail yourself of 90-minute all-you can-drink Irish beers, draft cider, sparkling wine and cocktails for just ¥2500. Or how about Xmas pudding with ice cream for only ¥500?

Holiday special events: Irish Christmas Night celebrations on Sunday, December 15 (4pm-midnight) feature live music, pub quizzes and an all day happy hour. Have a craic!

Spirit of Christmas: The atmosphere at Seamus O’Hara over the festive season is that of a true Irish countryside Christmas.

Our gift to Metropolis readers: Mention Metropolis when booking for dinner and receive 15 extra minutes of all-you-can-drink.

Shop info: B1F Matsuda Building, 3-12-3 Meguro, Meguro-ku. Tel: 03-2760-6179. Open daily 6pm-2am (Dec 20-25 from 3pm) Nearest stn: Meguro. www.seamus-ohara.com

Metropolis Magazine website

Tags: Camp Zama, International, Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Yokosuka Naval Base, Yokota Air Base, Restaurant Guide Holiday dining: Seamus O'Hara 0 Comments Email Print Price: 3 Review: 3 Monday - Sunday: 18:00-2:00
B1F Matsuda Bldg., 3-12-3 Meguro Meguro-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-2760-6179 Cuisine: International Seamus O'Hara website By: . Metropolis Magazine

Festive feasts: Enjoy the Christmas turkey breast plate with all the trimmings from December 20-25 for just ¥2,000—groups of six or more can reserve a whole stuffed bird (one week advance)—and avail yourself of 90-minute all-you can-drink Irish beers, draft cider, sparkling wine and cocktails for just ¥2500. Or how about Xmas pudding with ice cream for only ¥500?

Holiday special events: Irish Christmas Night celebrations on Sunday, December 15 (4pm-midnight) feature live music, pub quizzes and an all day happy hour. Have a craic!

Spirit of Christmas: The atmosphere at Seamus O’Hara over the festive season is that of a true Irish countryside Christmas.

Our gift to Metropolis readers: Mention Metropolis when booking for dinner and receive 15 extra minutes of all-you-can-drink.

Shop info: B1F Matsuda Building, 3-12-3 Meguro, Meguro-ku. Tel: 03-2760-6179. Open daily 6pm-2am (Dec 20-25 from 3pm) Nearest stn: Meguro. www.seamus-ohara.com

Metropolis Magazine website

Tags: Camp Zama, International, Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Yokosuka Naval Base, Yokota Air Base, Restaurant Guide

Holiday dining: Dedesuke

Yokosuka News - Tue, 12/17/2013 - 19:44
3 3 <b>Address</b>:  2F Daikoku Bldg., 1-8-14 Ebisu Shibuya-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-3444-5511 Dedesuke websiteOperating Hours: Monday - Saturday: 16:00-5:00
Sunday: 16:00-11:00
Cuisine: Japanese Holiday dining: Dedesuke 0 Comments Email Print Price: 3 Review: 3 Monday - Saturday: 16:00-5:00
Sunday: 16:00-11:00
2F Daikoku Bldg., 1-8-14 Ebisu Shibuya-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-3444-5511 Cuisine: Japanese Dedesuke website By: Metropolis Magazine

A large venue that seats up to 60 people in the horigogatsu style has special party courses available all December to get you in a festive mood!

This holiday season enjoy the special party plan with seasonal food course and all-you-can-drink for two hours—only ¥4,000

From Jan 4, one-10 litres taruzake (barrel) will be available free to diners while it lasts

Metropolis readers receive beef shabu-shabu for only ¥2,200 and half-priced charcoal grilled steak.

2F Daikoku Bldg, 1-8-14 Ebisu, Shibuya-ku. Tel: 03-3444-5511. Open Mon-Fri 4pm-5am, Sun & hols 4-11pm. Nearest stn: Ebisu. www.dedesuke.com/ebisu

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Tags: Camp Zama, Japanese, Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Yokosuka Naval Base, Yokota Air Base, Restaurant Guide Holiday dining: Dedesuke 0 Comments Email Print Price: 3 Review: 3 Monday - Saturday: 16:00-5:00
Sunday: 16:00-11:00
2F Daikoku Bldg., 1-8-14 Ebisu Shibuya-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-3444-5511 Cuisine: Japanese Dedesuke website By: Metropolis Magazine

A large venue that seats up to 60 people in the horigogatsu style has special party courses available all December to get you in a festive mood!

This holiday season enjoy the special party plan with seasonal food course and all-you-can-drink for two hours—only ¥4,000

From Jan 4, one-10 litres taruzake (barrel) will be available free to diners while it lasts

Metropolis readers receive beef shabu-shabu for only ¥2,200 and half-priced charcoal grilled steak.

2F Daikoku Bldg, 1-8-14 Ebisu, Shibuya-ku. Tel: 03-3444-5511. Open Mon-Fri 4pm-5am, Sun & hols 4-11pm. Nearest stn: Ebisu. www.dedesuke.com/ebisu

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Sunday: 16:00-11:00
2F Daikoku Bldg., 1-8-14 Ebisu Shibuya-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-3444-5511 Cuisine: Japanese Dedesuke website By: . Metropolis Magazine

A large venue that seats up to 60 people in the horigogatsu style has special party courses available all December to get you in a festive mood!

This holiday season enjoy the special party plan with seasonal food course and all-you-can-drink for two hours—only ¥4,000

From Jan 4, one-10 litres taruzake (barrel) will be available free to diners while it lasts

Metropolis readers receive beef shabu-shabu for only ¥2,200 and half-priced charcoal grilled steak.

2F Daikoku Bldg, 1-8-14 Ebisu, Shibuya-ku. Tel: 03-3444-5511. Open Mon-Fri 4pm-5am, Sun & hols 4-11pm. Nearest stn: Ebisu. www.dedesuke.com/ebisu

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Holiday dining: Sun 2 Diner

Yokosuka News - Tue, 12/17/2013 - 19:39
3 3 <b>Address</b>:  1F Ogawa Bldg. 2-43-11 Kami-Meguro Meguro-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-5724-3330 Sun 2 Diner websiteOperating Hours: Monday - Friday: 11:00-15:30, 17:00-23:00
Saturday - Sunday: 11:00-23:00
Cuisine: American Holiday dining: Sun 2 Diner 0 Comments Email Print Price: 3 Review: 3 Monday - Friday: 11:00-15:30, 17:00-23:00
Saturday - Sunday: 11:00-23:00
1F Ogawa Bldg. 2-43-11 Kami-Meguro Meguro-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-5724-3330 Cuisine: American Sun 2 Diner website By: Metropolis Magazine

Festive feasts: Enjoy California home cooking without having to catch a flight. Californian-Mexican dishes include guacamole and chips, quesadillas, nachos, roast turkey and avocado wraps and original chicken burrito. Plus charcoal grill American rib-eye steaks or pork chops, jerk chicken, roast beef and famous hamburgers.

Yuletide deals: Whole roast chicken dinner with gravy for 2-3 people (¥2,300 ) throughout December. Please reserve three days in advance.

Our gift to Metropolis readers: Mention Metropolis and get your first 250ml craft beer for ¥400 (dinner only).

Shop info: 1F Ogawa Bldg, 2-43-11 Kami-Meguro, Meguro-ku. Tel: 03-5724-3330. Open Mon-Fri 11am-3:30 pm & 5-11pm, Sat-Sun & hols 11am-11pm. Nearest stn: Nakameguro. http://sun2diner.com/

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Saturday - Sunday: 11:00-23:00
1F Ogawa Bldg. 2-43-11 Kami-Meguro Meguro-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-5724-3330 Cuisine: American Sun 2 Diner website By: Metropolis Magazine

Festive feasts: Enjoy California home cooking without having to catch a flight. Californian-Mexican dishes include guacamole and chips, quesadillas, nachos, roast turkey and avocado wraps and original chicken burrito. Plus charcoal grill American rib-eye steaks or pork chops, jerk chicken, roast beef and famous hamburgers.

Yuletide deals: Whole roast chicken dinner with gravy for 2-3 people (¥2,300 ) throughout December. Please reserve three days in advance.

Our gift to Metropolis readers: Mention Metropolis and get your first 250ml craft beer for ¥400 (dinner only).

Shop info: 1F Ogawa Bldg, 2-43-11 Kami-Meguro, Meguro-ku. Tel: 03-5724-3330. Open Mon-Fri 11am-3:30 pm & 5-11pm, Sat-Sun & hols 11am-11pm. Nearest stn: Nakameguro. http://sun2diner.com/

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Saturday - Sunday: 11:00-23:00
1F Ogawa Bldg. 2-43-11 Kami-Meguro Meguro-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-5724-3330 Cuisine: American Sun 2 Diner website By: . Metropolis Magazine

Festive feasts: Enjoy California home cooking without having to catch a flight. Californian-Mexican dishes include guacamole and chips, quesadillas, nachos, roast turkey and avocado wraps and original chicken burrito. Plus charcoal grill American rib-eye steaks or pork chops, jerk chicken, roast beef and famous hamburgers.

Yuletide deals: Whole roast chicken dinner with gravy for 2-3 people (¥2,300 ) throughout December. Please reserve three days in advance.

Our gift to Metropolis readers: Mention Metropolis and get your first 250ml craft beer for ¥400 (dinner only).

Shop info: 1F Ogawa Bldg, 2-43-11 Kami-Meguro, Meguro-ku. Tel: 03-5724-3330. Open Mon-Fri 11am-3:30 pm & 5-11pm, Sat-Sun & hols 11am-11pm. Nearest stn: Nakameguro. http://sun2diner.com/

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Tags: American, Camp Zama, Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Yokosuka Naval Base, Yokota Air Base, Restaurant Guide

Holiday dining: Madosh! Cafe

Yokosuka News - Tue, 12/17/2013 - 19:25
3 3 <b>Address</b>:  2F Jingumae 5-28-7 Shibuya-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-3400-1188 Madosh! Cafe website (Japanese only)Operating Hours: Monday - Saturday: 11:30-23:00
Sunday: 11:30-22:00
Cuisine: International Holiday dining: Madosh! Cafe 0 Comments Email Print Price: 3 Review: 3 Monday - Saturday: 11:30-23:00
Sunday: 11:30-22:00
2F Jingumae 5-28-7 Shibuya-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-3400-1188 Cuisine: International Madosh! Cafe website (Japanese only) By: Metropolis Magazine

Festive feasts: Eat healthy avocado and roast turkey dishes while enjoying a unique interior decorated by Tokyo artists.

Holiday special events: Two-hour party course for 30-40 people includes all-you-can-drink plus six food courses and a whole turkey—just ¥4,500 each.

Spirit of Christmas: Plenty of avocado green Christmas decorations for the holidays!

Yuletide deals: Try the avocado turkey burger (¥1,200) or roast turkey with avocado salsa (¥1,200) available in limited numbers over the holidays.

Shop info: Our gift to Metropolis readers: Bring this copy of Metropolis and receive a signature Belgian waffle free.

Shop info: 2F Jingumae 5-28-7, Shibuya-ku. Tel: 03-3400-1188. Open Mon-Sat 11:30am-11pm, Sun 11:30am-10pm. Nearest stn: Shibuya or Harajuku. www.mado.in
 

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Sunday: 11:30-22:00
2F Jingumae 5-28-7 Shibuya-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-3400-1188 Cuisine: International Madosh! Cafe website (Japanese only) By: Metropolis Magazine

Festive feasts: Eat healthy avocado and roast turkey dishes while enjoying a unique interior decorated by Tokyo artists.

Holiday special events: Two-hour party course for 30-40 people includes all-you-can-drink plus six food courses and a whole turkey—just ¥4,500 each.

Spirit of Christmas: Plenty of avocado green Christmas decorations for the holidays!

Yuletide deals: Try the avocado turkey burger (¥1,200) or roast turkey with avocado salsa (¥1,200) available in limited numbers over the holidays.

Shop info: Our gift to Metropolis readers: Bring this copy of Metropolis and receive a signature Belgian waffle free.

Shop info: 2F Jingumae 5-28-7, Shibuya-ku. Tel: 03-3400-1188. Open Mon-Sat 11:30am-11pm, Sun 11:30am-10pm. Nearest stn: Shibuya or Harajuku. www.mado.in
 

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Sunday: 11:30-22:00
2F Jingumae 5-28-7 Shibuya-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-3400-1188 Cuisine: International Madosh! Cafe website (Japanese only) By: . Metropolis Magazine

Festive feasts: Eat healthy avocado and roast turkey dishes while enjoying a unique interior decorated by Tokyo artists.

Holiday special events: Two-hour party course for 30-40 people includes all-you-can-drink plus six food courses and a whole turkey—just ¥4,500 each.

Spirit of Christmas: Plenty of avocado green Christmas decorations for the holidays!

Yuletide deals: Try the avocado turkey burger (¥1,200) or roast turkey with avocado salsa (¥1,200) available in limited numbers over the holidays.

Shop info: Our gift to Metropolis readers: Bring this copy of Metropolis and receive a signature Belgian waffle free.

Shop info: 2F Jingumae 5-28-7, Shibuya-ku. Tel: 03-3400-1188. Open Mon-Sat 11:30am-11pm, Sun 11:30am-10pm. Nearest stn: Shibuya or Harajuku. www.mado.in
 

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Holiday dining: Hobgoblin

Yokosuka News - Tue, 12/17/2013 - 19:16
3 3 <b>Address</b>:  3F Ichiban Bldg., 1-3-11 Dogenzaka Shibuya-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-6415-4244 Hobgoblin website (Akasaka, Roppongi, Shibuya, Kobe)Operating Hours: Monday - Sunday: 17:00-0:00
Cuisine: British Holiday dining: Hobgoblin 0 Comments Email Print Price: 3 Review: 3 Monday - Sunday: 17:00-0:00
3F Ichiban Bldg., 1-3-11 Dogenzaka Shibuya-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-6415-4244 Cuisine: British Hobgoblin website (Akasaka, Roppongi, Shibuya, Kobe) By: Metropolis Magazine

Festive feasts: If you’re looking for a true British end-of-year experience then look no further than Hobgoblin, which has been serving the foreign community at three locations since 2000.

Holiday special events: New Year’s Eve countdown party with specials on champagne and no cover charge.

Spirit of Christmas: Christmas trees with all of the festive decorations and lights, just like back home!

Yuletide deals: Traditional British roast turkey dinner with all the trimmings either à la carte or buffet-style on Christmas Day.

Our gift to Metropolis readers: Mention Metropolis and get a glass of our homemade eggnog on Christmas day or a shot on New Year’s Eve.

Shop info: Shibuya: 3F Ichiban Bldg, 1-3-11 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku. Tel: 03-6415-4244. Nearest stn: Shibuya.
Akasaka: B1 Tamondo Bldg, 2-13-19 Akasaka, Minato-ku. Tel: 03-6229-2636.  Nearest stn: Akasaka.
Roppongi: 1F Aoba Bldg, 3-16-33 Roppongi, Minato-ku. Tel: 03-3568-1280. Nearest stn: Roppongi.
www.hobgoblin.jp
 

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3F Ichiban Bldg., 1-3-11 Dogenzaka Shibuya-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-6415-4244 Cuisine: British Hobgoblin website (Akasaka, Roppongi, Shibuya, Kobe) By: Metropolis Magazine

Festive feasts: If you’re looking for a true British end-of-year experience then look no further than Hobgoblin, which has been serving the foreign community at three locations since 2000.

Holiday special events: New Year’s Eve countdown party with specials on champagne and no cover charge.

Spirit of Christmas: Christmas trees with all of the festive decorations and lights, just like back home!

Yuletide deals: Traditional British roast turkey dinner with all the trimmings either à la carte or buffet-style on Christmas Day.

Our gift to Metropolis readers: Mention Metropolis and get a glass of our homemade eggnog on Christmas day or a shot on New Year’s Eve.

Shop info: Shibuya: 3F Ichiban Bldg, 1-3-11 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku. Tel: 03-6415-4244. Nearest stn: Shibuya.
Akasaka: B1 Tamondo Bldg, 2-13-19 Akasaka, Minato-ku. Tel: 03-6229-2636.  Nearest stn: Akasaka.
Roppongi: 1F Aoba Bldg, 3-16-33 Roppongi, Minato-ku. Tel: 03-3568-1280. Nearest stn: Roppongi.
www.hobgoblin.jp
 

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3F Ichiban Bldg., 1-3-11 Dogenzaka Shibuya-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-6415-4244 Cuisine: British Hobgoblin website (Akasaka, Roppongi, Shibuya, Kobe) By: . Metropolis Magazine

Festive feasts: If you’re looking for a true British end-of-year experience then look no further than Hobgoblin, which has been serving the foreign community at three locations since 2000.

Holiday special events: New Year’s Eve countdown party with specials on champagne and no cover charge.

Spirit of Christmas: Christmas trees with all of the festive decorations and lights, just like back home!

Yuletide deals: Traditional British roast turkey dinner with all the trimmings either à la carte or buffet-style on Christmas Day.

Our gift to Metropolis readers: Mention Metropolis and get a glass of our homemade eggnog on Christmas day or a shot on New Year’s Eve.

Shop info: Shibuya: 3F Ichiban Bldg, 1-3-11 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku. Tel: 03-6415-4244. Nearest stn: Shibuya.
Akasaka: B1 Tamondo Bldg, 2-13-19 Akasaka, Minato-ku. Tel: 03-6229-2636.  Nearest stn: Akasaka.
Roppongi: 1F Aoba Bldg, 3-16-33 Roppongi, Minato-ku. Tel: 03-3568-1280. Nearest stn: Roppongi.
www.hobgoblin.jp
 

Tags: British, Camp Zama, Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Yokosuka Naval Base, Yokota Air Base, Restaurant Guide

Holiday dining: Frigos Repos

Yokosuka News - Tue, 12/17/2013 - 19:09
3 3 <b>Address</b>:  B1F PCP Bldg., 1-11-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-5220-2272 Frigos Repos website (Japanese only)Operating Hours: Monday - Sunday: 11:00-23:00
Cuisine: International Holiday dining: Frigos Repos 0 Comments Email Print Price: 3 Review: 3 Monday - Sunday: 11:00-23:00
B1F PCP Bldg., 1-11-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-5220-2272 Cuisine: International Frigos Repos website (Japanese only) By: Metropolis Magazine

Festive feasts: Special holiday beers, both in bottles and on tap, served for a limited time during the holidays.

Holiday special events: Customers who come in on New Year’s will all receive oshogatsu gifts.

Spirit of Christmas: A traditional Christmas theme inside with festive lights outside welcome the holiday season.

Yuletide deals: We are offering a special, limited Christmas menu. .

Our gift to Metropolis readers: Bring a copy of Metropolis and get your first draft beer for ¥500.

Shop info: B1F PCP Bldg, 1-11-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku. Tel: 03-5220-2272. Open daily 11am-11pm; (food L.O. 10pm; drink L.O. 10:30pm); lunch 11am-2pm weekdays 11am-4pm weekends.
Nearest stn: Tokyo
www.eurobeer.net/repos

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B1F PCP Bldg., 1-11-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-5220-2272 Cuisine: International Frigos Repos website (Japanese only) By: Metropolis Magazine

Festive feasts: Special holiday beers, both in bottles and on tap, served for a limited time during the holidays.

Holiday special events: Customers who come in on New Year’s will all receive oshogatsu gifts.

Spirit of Christmas: A traditional Christmas theme inside with festive lights outside welcome the holiday season.

Yuletide deals: We are offering a special, limited Christmas menu. .

Our gift to Metropolis readers: Bring a copy of Metropolis and get your first draft beer for ¥500.

Shop info: B1F PCP Bldg, 1-11-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku. Tel: 03-5220-2272. Open daily 11am-11pm; (food L.O. 10pm; drink L.O. 10:30pm); lunch 11am-2pm weekdays 11am-4pm weekends.
Nearest stn: Tokyo
www.eurobeer.net/repos

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B1F PCP Bldg., 1-11-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, 13 Japan Phone: 03-5220-2272 Cuisine: International Frigos Repos website (Japanese only) By: . Metropolis Magazine

Festive feasts: Special holiday beers, both in bottles and on tap, served for a limited time during the holidays.

Holiday special events: Customers who come in on New Year’s will all receive oshogatsu gifts.

Spirit of Christmas: A traditional Christmas theme inside with festive lights outside welcome the holiday season.

Yuletide deals: We are offering a special, limited Christmas menu. .

Our gift to Metropolis readers: Bring a copy of Metropolis and get your first draft beer for ¥500.

Shop info: B1F PCP Bldg, 1-11-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku. Tel: 03-5220-2272. Open daily 11am-11pm; (food L.O. 10pm; drink L.O. 10:30pm); lunch 11am-2pm weekdays 11am-4pm weekends.
Nearest stn: Tokyo
www.eurobeer.net/repos

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Holiday dining: Chiles Mexican Grill

Yokosuka News - Tue, 12/17/2013 - 19:02
3 3 <b>Address</b>:  1-8-24 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku 13 Japan Phone: 03-6434-9693 Chiles Mexican Grill websiteOperating Hours: Monday: 11:00-16:00
Tuesday - Friday: 11:00-21:00
Saturday: 11:00-22:00
Sunday: 11:00-20:00
Cuisine: Mexican Holiday dining: Chiles Mexican Grill 0 Comments Email Print Price: 3 Review: 3 Monday: 11:00-16:00
Tuesday - Friday: 11:00-21:00
Saturday: 11:00-22:00
Sunday: 11:00-20:00
1-8-24 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku 13 Japan Phone: 03-6434-9693 Cuisine: Mexican Chiles Mexican Grill website By: Metropolis Magazine

Festive feasts: Enjoy Chiles joyous holiday repast while you immerse yourself in their traditional Mexican Christmas spirit.

Holiday special events: All-you-can-eat Christmas Eve buffet (7-11pm) features turkey, roast chicken and Chiles once-a-year Christmas apple salad for ¥2,500. Includes one drink and ¥500 sparkling wine all night.

Spirit of Christmas: Christmas tree, lights, tinsel, garland and more will make Mexican dining festive

Yuletide deals: Until Jan 7 order oven-cooked turkey breast marinated in a special garlic-and-pepper adobo sauce. Dec 25 celebrate with a special roast chicken Christmas dinner

Our gift to Metropolis readers: Metropolis readers reserving dinner for four or more friends receive a free bottle of cava with their meal—because it’s time to make merry! (valid Dec 26-31)

Shop info: 1-8-24 Jingumae, Shibuya-u. Tel: 03-6434-9693. Open Mon 11am-4pm,Tue-Fri 11am-9pm,Sat 11am-10pm,Sun 11am-8pm. Nearest stn: Harajuku. www.chiles-grill.com

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Tuesday - Friday: 11:00-21:00
Saturday: 11:00-22:00
Sunday: 11:00-20:00
1-8-24 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku 13 Japan Phone: 03-6434-9693 Cuisine: Mexican Chiles Mexican Grill website By: Metropolis Magazine

Festive feasts: Enjoy Chiles joyous holiday repast while you immerse yourself in their traditional Mexican Christmas spirit.

Holiday special events: All-you-can-eat Christmas Eve buffet (7-11pm) features turkey, roast chicken and Chiles once-a-year Christmas apple salad for ¥2,500. Includes one drink and ¥500 sparkling wine all night.

Spirit of Christmas: Christmas tree, lights, tinsel, garland and more will make Mexican dining festive

Yuletide deals: Until Jan 7 order oven-cooked turkey breast marinated in a special garlic-and-pepper adobo sauce. Dec 25 celebrate with a special roast chicken Christmas dinner

Our gift to Metropolis readers: Metropolis readers reserving dinner for four or more friends receive a free bottle of cava with their meal—because it’s time to make merry! (valid Dec 26-31)

Shop info: 1-8-24 Jingumae, Shibuya-u. Tel: 03-6434-9693. Open Mon 11am-4pm,Tue-Fri 11am-9pm,Sat 11am-10pm,Sun 11am-8pm. Nearest stn: Harajuku. www.chiles-grill.com

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Tuesday - Friday: 11:00-21:00
Saturday: 11:00-22:00
Sunday: 11:00-20:00
1-8-24 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku 13 Japan Phone: 03-6434-9693 Cuisine: Mexican Chiles Mexican Grill website By: . Metropolis Magazine

Festive feasts: Enjoy Chiles joyous holiday repast while you immerse yourself in their traditional Mexican Christmas spirit.

Holiday special events: All-you-can-eat Christmas Eve buffet (7-11pm) features turkey, roast chicken and Chiles once-a-year Christmas apple salad for ¥2,500. Includes one drink and ¥500 sparkling wine all night.

Spirit of Christmas: Christmas tree, lights, tinsel, garland and more will make Mexican dining festive

Yuletide deals: Until Jan 7 order oven-cooked turkey breast marinated in a special garlic-and-pepper adobo sauce. Dec 25 celebrate with a special roast chicken Christmas dinner

Our gift to Metropolis readers: Metropolis readers reserving dinner for four or more friends receive a free bottle of cava with their meal—because it’s time to make merry! (valid Dec 26-31)

Shop info: 1-8-24 Jingumae, Shibuya-u. Tel: 03-6434-9693. Open Mon 11am-4pm,Tue-Fri 11am-9pm,Sat 11am-10pm,Sun 11am-8pm. Nearest stn: Harajuku. www.chiles-grill.com

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Tags: Camp Zama, Mexican, Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Yokosuka Naval Base, Yokota Air Base, Restaurant Guide