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We decided to try Centre The Bakery to find out what people had been queuing for.
We waited for 30 minutes from around 1100 to get a seat. We were seated on the bench overlooking the kitchen.
Centre focuses on bread and specifically toast. We...More
Bread-wise: it was good. The bread was soft and fluffy. Dishes like french toast and fruit sando are worth ordering.
Service-wise: not the best in Japan. Expect a queue at all times, no matter it's dine-in or takeaway for the bread loaf.
The Bakery always have a long queue. They have a special Bread that people willing to queue. I try the restaurant instead the bakery. They have a kobe beef sandwich and it taste sooo Good, worth to try when you visit.
I love Japanese shokupan. I was staying about 10 minutes away from foot and I had to stop by to try the bread. There are two lines. The one on the right is for to go and left is to dine in. The to go...More
this place has been very popular lately, with long queues for both take-away and dine-in before store opens.
we waited for some 40 mins for dine-in, ordered soup, hot milk (said from hokkaido), sandwiches, and french toast.
food tasted good but it was the standard...More
It has been a difficult journey trying to find a sandwich restaurant in Japan. This restaurant has one of the best blt's I've had in the country. The toast, the drinks, the atmosphere is great. Definitely one of my go-to spots in Ginza.
My friend and I were looking for a breakfast place and saw that this was near to where we were. When we got there, there were two huge lines with no indication what they were for.
We asked around and found that the line to...More
The best french toast ever ..The softness and taste was unbelievable...Other than that you could try the omelette sandwich just for snacks and the filtered coffee.. Nothing more much about it .. but again the French toast it's a must
My favorite is the he freshly toasted bread on the table with the variety of spread, homemade chocolate hazel spread was heaven! The bread was so fresh and soft, the selection of cool toasters compliment the menus. LOve it!
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular