Coci
Ebisu: Italian
Coci (Ebisu: Italian)
Coci
Open 11:30am-3, 6pm-2am (4am Fri, 11pm Sun) daily.
late: Open late
Sun: Open Sundays

This stylish two-story cafe-bar looks like a ski chalet that's been sliced along the diagonal, with big windows looking out over the picturesque (at least at night) Shibuya River. Stop in for a late-night drink - there's plenty of reasonably priced wine by the glass or bottle - or a full meal.

The menu is a mix of creative Mediterranean (brussels sprouts stuffed with seafood; pork-belly rilettes) and Thai classics (Isan sausage; green papaya salad). No cover charge; budget around Y3500 for dinner.

Ebisu
Shibuya-ku, Higashi 3-16-10.
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