King George
Daikanyama: Sandwiches/ deli
King George (Daikanyama: Sandwiches/ deli)
King George
Open 11am-9pm (Sat -10, Sun -6) daily.
Sun: Open Sundays

King George's sturdily constructed sandwiches include appetizing concoctions like the Meathead, made with turkey, turkey pastrami and jalapenos (Y1600), and the HLT with honey-glazed ham and white cheddar (Y1500). They even do a tuna melt, made with provolone. And they get the details right - the cheeses are pleasantly sharp, the avocados are ripe, the mayonnaise is Hellman's, and most important, the sandwiches are well-stuffed.

Drinks include juices, smoothies, gourmet coffee and tea, house wines, and Hitachino Nest beers by the bottle. The rustic dining room has four small tables and four stools at the bar, and there's some outdoor seating upstairs on the roof. Of course take-out is available.

Shibuya-ku, Daikanyamacho 11-13, Fudosan Bldg 2F.

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