Cafe Habana
Daikanyama: Cuban
Cafe Habana (Daikanyama: Cuban)
Cafe Habana
Open 11am-9:30pm (LO) daily.
Sun: Open Sundays

Tasty Cuban-style sandwiches - stuffed with shredded roast pork, ham and cheese - are a big draw at this Cuban-themed bar-restaurant, along with Mexican-style grilled corn on the cob topped with cheese, lime and chili powder. Sandwiches are available for take-out, and priced at Y1200 for a hefty whole sandwich and Y700 for half.

The dining room has a bright, tropical decor, with spacious booths and a large bar area. There's also a surprising amount of Cafe Habana-branded merchandise for sale. Other branches are located in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Malibu and Dubai.

Daikanyama
Shibuya-ku, Sarugakucho 2-11.
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