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I came here for breakfast. The food is pretty good and the prices are reasonable. The queue is a little long on weekends. All in all it's a very good experience and great if you're looking for brunch in Tokyo. I would recommend this place.
I first went to Clinton St Baking in NYC and found the Tokyo branch while trying to find a place for breakfast on TripAdvisor. Given the delicious experience in the US, we decided to try this out.
The pancakes were super delicious, just like NYC....More
I wouldn’t recommend their eggs Benedict. The hollandaise sauce lacked flavor and the eggs were minimally runny. Cappuccino was just ok and I didn’t appreciate the bad presentation of mottled cinnamon overdose on the cappuccino. However, the atmosphere is not bad, the glass windows gave...More
We stumbled upon this little gem as we were searching for an alternative to Starbucks one morning. We enjoyed our wonderful breakfast so much that we returned again for dinner a few nights later. Both experiences were very positive. The service was excellent and the...More
Brunch here is really good, and worth the wait! Don't be put off by the long line - book ahead, but either way this is a must visit place. The service is great, the coffee is really nice (try the cappa, it's like being in...More
I went Clinton St Baking for brunch, had to wait about 20min to get a table. They have seats in the street floor and 1st floor.
I loved the menu option for 1 person! You can choose 2 dishes + 1 drink for ¥1800 (I...More
Clinton St. Baking... Overall, I would say the food was good. I would not wait more than 5-10 minutes to eat here.
-food: delicious pancakes; diverse-western menu full of items that look amazing.
-pancakes: very tasty
-potato cakes and salmon: ok, a little...More
The restaurant is bright and clean with a great clear view of the street. I ordered the pancakes. You get three good sized pancakes, and a tiny cup of syrup. The pancakes are a bit on the heavy side for me. The syrup is cloudy,...More
Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants, bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art galleries.