Soul Food House
Azabu-Juban: American
Soul Food House (Azabu-Juban: American)
Soul Food House
Closed Mondays, Tuesdays.

American soul food and southern cuisine are the specialty here, and you'll find down-home dishes like chicken and waffles, spicy creole jambalaya, southern-fried catfish and seafood gumbo. There are also slider sandwiches, assorted tacos and chitlins. Wines start at Y3600 per bottle, and there are also cocktails like mint julep and Sri Lankan rum punch.

Budget around Y4000-5000 at dinnertime, or Y1200 for lunch. Open for lunch Wednesday-Friday. Open for dinner Wednesday-Saturday. Open for brunch on Sundays 11am-3pm.

Azabu-Juban
Minato-ku, Azabu-Juban 2-8-10, Patio Azabu-Juban 6F.
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