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Every Bill Granger’s restaurant reflects the spirit we like to think of as ‘Australian’: sunny, easy-going and generous. Bill opened his first restaurant in Sydney’s Darlinghurst in 1993. It soon became loved for its legendary breakfasts, served at the famous central communal table, where locals and travellers, families and friends, continue to be welcomed. Twenty years later, Bill’s relaxed, friendly and infectious joy in good, fresh food has become truly global, and is enjoyed at his restaurants in Sydney, Seoul, Tokyo, Honolulu and London.
Amazing breakfast aussie style in the heart of Tokyo‘s fashion district. Great flat white, yummy smashed avocado sourdough bread and super yummy ricotta pan-cakes. Totally recommend Billˋ @ Omotesando for a great start of the weekend days!
Found this by chance by walking up to the top to the building looking for somewhere to eat. Was quieter than usual I suspect (mid Covid19). Modern feel with modern menu. Nice service. Food was very nice and the deserts a real treat (so much...so we went out of way to come back on our last night for more). Lovely view over the terrace below (starbucks).
Had a younger 'hip' vibe. Couples or girlfriends catching up. Priced accordingly - mid range.More
I had the meal with my husband on 1/30 afternoon. The table we were brought to was awfully dirty, water and black pepper was spread around; it seemed the waitress did not wipe the table at all.. The knife was stuck with rice. Though we...asked the waitress to provide a clean one, still felt surprised how it would happen in such restaurant!!More
I used to come here with my husband when I lived in Tokyo 5 years ago. Last December we went on a visit again and we definetely had to go to Bill’s and try the burger and the pancakes of course! Lovely memories, great views...and a place I feel like home! :-)More
The quality of the food and service has dropped considerably compared to when it opened and is far below than Bills Ginza. The menu still looks good on paper, but all of the dishes that I ordered were disappointing. Unlike Bills Ginza, where the staff...is attentive and always easily available, the Harajuku location does not have enough staff or are not trained properly. Placing an order or getting service was a constant challenge, but if the food was better, I would have been willing to put up with it. Skip Harajuku and go to Ginza instead.More
I had high expectations of a great visit, maybe that was where I went wrong.
Fortunately we had booked a table for a breakfast, however it’s easy to see why there is such a queue to eat here. We had to catch the attention of...a server to order our food after waiting a good 30 minutes to be seen to, 30 minutes later and 3 meals come out together with 1 person left waiting.
After a further 5-10 minutes we had to seek somebody out to find out where the 4th meal was, this server then had to ask somebody else. This person went to check and came out with plate in hand so I’m unsure as to how long this plate of food was sat under the heat lamp for. We went through multiple jugs of water, none of which were replenished by servers instead we had to fetch ourselves.
I do not feel that the cost of the meal - 10,000¥ for 4 breakfasts, 4 coffees and 2hours of time, is suitable for the service and quality offered at bills.More
Great food. Had the fresh Aussie with a side of bacon and some ricotta hot cakes. The Hot cakes brought it down from a perfect score unfortunately. There wasn’t enough syrup and the butter was far too hard to spread evenly, needed to be softened...or even microwaved to make it a bit easier. The fresh Aussie was fantastic - bacon cooked well, fresh salmon and juicy tomatoes. Would’ve been nice to have a tiny bit more spinach if I’m being picky. Do recommend - also recommend Bills if you’re in Sydney.More
Stopped by here on our fluffy pancake binging tour, after out great experiences in Micasadeco & Original Pancake house this was somewhat of a let-down.
Price: the most expensive among the 4 pancake places we been to, you will pay prob 25% or more for...the same pancake, drinks also not cheap.
Flavor: 8/10, totally subjective of course, But i m not a fan of ricotta cheese in the pancake, albeit light flavor. Similat to Micasadeco pancakes which uses sane ricotta cheese.
Fluffiness/Fuwafuwa: 5/10, once you have eaten other Japanese fluffy pancakes you will know the difference
Presentation/photogenicity: 5/10, simply was not arranged or presented as nicely as other places.
By Japanese fluffy pancake standards overall this was a subpar performance. Perhaps Aussies prefer more firm & less jiggly pancakes, but I get that easily in the States.More
We have eaten in Bills restaurants in Australia and Granger & Co in Notting Hill several times.
We made our booking online before commencing our trip.
The restaurant is located in a upper floor of a high rise building.
We ordered two entree, a salad,...and two mains and made the mistake of assuming staff understood entrees are served at the same time then maybe the salad otherwise the salad is served at the same time as the mains.
Unfortunately one entree was served then the salad. After a long wait I asked about the other entree. Eventually the entree and two mains came out.
Through hand gestures and limited English we were able to sort out the process and the mains were returned to the kitchen while my husband enjoyed his entree.
The food was delicious.
We dined -asparagus with hazelnut, ceviche, risotto with vegetables, salmon.
We learnt from this experience to only order a course at a time.
The staff working that evening had limited English and everyone was being polite and not wanting to offend anyone. Apologies were offered all round.More
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Shibuya / Harajuku / Ebisu
There are countless opportunities to shop in the Shibuya and Harajuku districts, especially in shops that focus on Japan's "Kawaii" culture. The trendiest areas are around Shibuya’s Center district, Harajuku's Takeshita-dori and in Omotesando. If you need to recharge from all the shopping, you can easily refresh yourself in Meiji Jingu or Sasaki Park. In contrast, Ebisu has a more grown up ambiance of calm and cool.
At the Museum of Yebisu Beer you can learn about the beer that was responsible for the town’s name, and enjoy dining at the popular noodle shops in the surrounding area.
They have a vegan granola and coconut yogurt with fruit that's labelled vegan. There's also a sourdough toast with avocado and cilantro which sounds vegan but you'd have to ask. There's an English menu on their site