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Not expecting to be eating German food whilst in Tokyo but looking for somewhere reasonable priced to eat whilst on business.
I lived in Germany for 3 and a half years so I’d like to think I know a bit about German food. I ordered...More
Well they are not realy german more like german food put in Hotdogs but still tastes good, the beer was german so. One of the staff spoke german that was nice.
Also als deutscher kann man da ruhig mal hingegen, könnte mich gut unterhalten.
This is a superb beer/restaurant eatery in the Arc Tower complex. The sausage is delicious. Try the curry wurst. The craft beer is also delicious with genuine pints, not these fake pints with narrow bottoms and 4 inch foam at the top. The service is...More
We went with 2 Japanese friends. As expected a Bavarian environment but with different beers on tap. Loved the Kölsch and Sauerkraut. I would say this comes the closest to a real German restaurant in Tokyo.
This is a little gem not too far from Shinjuku. They’ve changed the menu recently so they’ve discontinued pretzels
:( but the wurst is spot on. Great microbrews. The Hefeweizen has a great spice to it and the porter is pure dark chocolate.
This is a rather small place in Asakasa serving some self brewed beers which are pretty good. They serve good German food like Curry Sausage or Bratkartoffeln (German pan fried potatoes), though portions are on the small side.
Prices are very reasonable, at least for...More
Don't consider this an authentic German pub. It is more or less a narrow place to drink some German beer. The "chairs" are not comfortable and the food is pricey. No German atmosphere at all. There are many other much better and nicer German places...More
It could be glow of Pilsner and Porter speaking, served at Happy Hour with pate on toast rounds with rosemary 'fat fries' (or 'thick-cut chips' to the rest of us), but despite the relative lack of clientele at Schmatz on a Thursday night, we were...More
We used Schmatz for a very successful event and can only recommend it. The food is delicious, the staff nice, all is new and fresh, well designed AND it is not the old fashioned Bavarian style you usually find. It is young people leading this...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.