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  • David's Deli

  • Mediterranean, Bakery ( Azabu-juban )
  • Good food, satisfactory service, and a comfortable atmosphere. They have a huge TV screen behind the bar as well which was playing a movie when we visited. Not a bad place to visit for lunch or a ca...
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  • ==CLOSED == Bagel & Bagel: Yotsuya

  • Cafes, Bakery ( Yotsuya )
  • Though I'm not a huge bagel person, I really enjoyed the bagels here. They have some really unique ones that you can't find in the U.S., and they're very reasonably priced, too. The staff is really fr...
  • Pompadour

  • Bakery ( Roppongi )
  • I love most Japanese bakeries, but I really liked this one. They have a wide selection of breads, croissants, rolls, muffins and pastries. I got a chocolate muffin which was delicious and not very swe...
  • mon petit chou

  • Bakery, French ( Ikebukuro )
  • Mon Petit Chou is a small stand located in Ikebukuro Station selling one and only one item: cream puffs. But these aren’t your ordinary flaky, mushy, bland cream puffs. These petit choux consist of ...
  • Stella's Kitchen

  • Bakery, Japanese Sweets & Cafes, Vegetarian & Healthy ( Ikebukuro )
  • Stella’s Kitchen is a kiosk in Ikebukuro Station which sells cookies and pastries cutely packaged with ribbons and boxes. They also are very proud of their pudding, packed in bottles for consumption...
  • Toshi Yoroizuka: Roppongi

  • Bakery, Cafes, Desserts ( Roppongi )
  • Toshi Yoroizuka’s store commands attention worldwide. Foodies from around the world line up at his store to try his desserts. I was lucky when I arrived without reservations, because someone had ...
  • Maison Kayser: Tokyo

  • Bakery ( Nihombashi )
  • This is absolutely my favourite bakery in Tokyo. The croissant aux amandes is just out of this world! They also have branches in other parts of Tokyo, see website below: http://www.maison-kayser.com/...
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  • Saintmarc Cafe

  • Bakery, Cafes, Desserts ( Harajuku )
  • their "morning" set is quite the deal, i think. for under 500 yen, get a drink and a dessert. I can't remember precisely, but I have a slight recollection of getting the set during a normal...
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  • Marimo

  • Bakery, Desserts ( Jiyugaoka )
  • I don't know. It seems like every single thing I eat from a patisseries is perfection personified. At Marimo, there was this cake with a cream with a very unique texture. The pies are awesome as well;...
  • Antenor

  • Cakes and desserts, Bakery ( Ebisu )
  • Ah yes, desserts! The people at Antenor serve up some really good desserts and pastries here, but they also specialize in cookies, biscuits, and chocolates! I especially like their "Melty"...
  • Saint Germain

  • Bakery ( Chiba, Narita )
  • This place gets extra points for spirit. The staff are very hearty and vocal here, I think, and while being an open space area, somehow, there seems to be a greater selection than at other bakeries I'...
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  • Ondine

  • Bakery ( Ueno )
  • The best prices for bread I've seen anywhere, really, although Pan Doll in obscure Ontakesan station in Ota-ku still beats everyone else at night-time service (200 yen for 5 pieces). Anyways, ther...
  • Grand Four: Yurakucho

  • Bakery, Desserts ( Ginza )
  • This was a beautiful bakery located in the basement of the Itocia Office Tower. It had a wide variety of lovely cakes and sweets that were kind of expensive. I had a slice of cake, and it was absolute...
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  • D'une Rarete: Omotesando

  • Bakery ( Harajuku )
  • How expensive for the size of the amount. This was my honest opinion. The food was in fact great, but I was disappointed with the size of the bread. Among all, I recommend fig pound cake. The cake i...
  • cafe la mille

  • Bakery, Cafes, Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Ikebukuro )
  • This café is a great place to sit and have dessert. It is a large, softly-lit space with many tables and chairs and a quiet, warm atmosphere. It’s slogan? “Bienvenue, fêtes comme chez vous”?...
  • PAUL: Yotsuya

  • French, Bakery, Cafes ( Others )
  • Paul is a tasty cafe/bakery located on the ground floor of the Atre building in Yotsuya. A little on the expensive side for lunch, (a quiche and small side salad was 950yen), it is worth it if you wan...
  • AntenDo

  • Bakery ( Yotsuya )
  • I went into Antendo in the late afternoon, and the shelves were mostly depleted. I ended up only being able to get a loaf of bread (which was actually, quite excellent and a good price too) and a roun...
  • Little Mermaid

  • Bakery ( Shinagawa )
  • I have been struck by the sheer number of bakeries around Tokyo, but I have to say, this is one of the best chains I've tried so far. They offer an interesting medley of baked goods that seem to be bo...
  • Pompadour: Ikebukuro

  • Bakery ( Ikebukuro )
  • Simplicity at its norm. Everything in this store looks good, but nothing really sticks out as exciting or absolutely delicious looking. The flavor is the same. It's good, but not great.
  • Vie de France

  • Bakery, Cafes, French ( Ikebukuro )
  • Average bakery, with average items. They have all the traditional staples, and I wasn't particularly impressed. I bought a curry bread, and it was good but not spectacular. By all means, if you're nex...
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