Tokyo Oven
Akasaka: Grill
Tokyo Oven (Akasaka: Grill)
Tokyo Oven
Open 11:30am-2, 5-10pm (LO; Sat -9pm). Closed Sundays.

Meaty dishes like roast chicken, pork chops and sirloin steak are at the heart of the European-centered international menu here, supplemented by pub starters like shrimp ajillo and charcuterie platters. The other main draw is the tap list of five well-chosen Japanese craft beers from breweries like Ise Kadoya, Ushitora, Shiga Kogen and Johanna. There's also a good selection of wines by the glass or bottle.

Lunches are more yoshoku-focused, with office-lunch options like beef curry, Hamburg steaks and ginger pork, all priced at Y850. Budget around Y3000-4000 for dinner with drinks. If you just want a quick drink, beers start at Y850/1280 for half pints and pints, and there's no cover charge if you sit at the front counter or at an outdoor table.





Akasaka
Minato-ku, Akasaka 3-18-1.




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