Kita-Sando: Sandwiches/ burgers
Potamelt (Kita-Sando: Sandwiches/ burgers)
Open 8am-7pm daily.
Sun: Open Sundays

Grilled-cheese "melt" sandwiches are the specialty of the house here, and the Blue-Cheese Melt is especially recommended. It's got just enough blue cheese in the blend to give it some bite, but not enough to be overpowering, and the bread is properly grilled with a good amount of butter. Regular cheese melt and bacon-egg cheese melt are among the other options, as are burger-melt sandwiches and dessert melts.

Side dishes include onion rings, fries, cheese fries, Caesar salads and minestrone soup. A plain Cheese Melt is Y450, while a Chili Cheese Melt will run Y680. There's open-air seating facing the busy Meiji-dori sidewalk, with a couple of outdoor tables when the weather is nice, or you can get everything to go.

Shibuya-ku, Sendagaya 2-1-6.

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