Our concept is to create a space where customers can experience Italy with all their senses. The restaurant was designed after a theater, where customers play the leading role in the entertainment of "eating."
This Italian cafe chain is all over Tokyo with locations in Shibuya and Harajuku. The place is reasonably priced and the food is pretty standard. This is by no means good Italian but will suffice if you're hungry and this is the nearest option. I've had both the pizza and pasta (for some reason I was dragged to this establishment twice). I ordered the tomato and basil pizza, there wasn't enough ch... Read More
This cute Italian-esque restuarant chain utilizes cafeteria style service to keep prices down and the feeling casual. The pizza and pasta didn't look particularly appetizing, but then again i have yet to say that about any Italian restaurant in Japan. The cakes on the other hand looked to die for. Your food is brought to you after you order and the seating area is quite comfortable. Upstairs there... Read More
Ita Toma is a decently priced Italian Restaurant chain (I still think Saizeriya is better). This Italian Tomato was pretty normal but outside they had some gelato. I didn't think too much of it but then I noticed that they had orange and chocolate gelato! My favorite ice cream flavor. Of course I had to order it and it was really delicious. I would certainly get it again.
After a few hours browsing the shops at Sunshine City, we stopped in the first basement for semi-Italian cuisine at what is fondly known by Japanese as It-ta, or Italian Tomato. We ordered and paid at the register, then sat and the wait staff brought our orders. The place was nice and roomy with tables evenly spaced and we sat for a good while after eating with no comments from the staff.
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