TRIBEKS is a French-style restaurant with a wide selection of wines from around the world. Offering casual platters as well as course meals using fresh local ingredients, the restaurant is suitable for many purposes. Omelette available at the morning buffet is very popular, and the spectacular view from the 20th floor is impressive day and night.
Horikawa, a long-established Japanese restaurant offering a wide range of Japanese foods, including sushi, teppanyaki and kaiseki, is located in the Hotel Century Southern Tower right next to Shinjuku Station. Enjoy Japanese food with the best of seasonal ingredients.
This Japanese restaurant is located in the Manhattan Hills restaurant area of Odakyu Department Store. As well as special counters for sushi, tempura and teppan steak, there are also private rooms that can cater for groups of between 4 and 30 people.
Haru Chika takes its name from the Odakyu HALC basement. As the name suggests, at levels B3F and MB3F of Odakyu HALC, there are Alice in Wonderland-themed restaurants and beer halls, as well as eight unique restaurants arranged as a collection of food stalls specializing in delicious inexpensive foods such as okonomiyaki and yakitori. This area is especially popular with women and young people.
From the 7th to 9th floors of the fashion building Shinjuku Mylord, there are around 20 restaurants serving a wide selection of foods ranging from Japanese cuisine such as sushi and udon, to global cuisines from the West, China and other countries. There are even restaurants specializing in Russian food and rice omlettes. Whether for lunch or dinner, you will be spoilt for choice at the upper floors of Mylord.
Shinjuku: a culinary center
Shinjuku is truly a culinary center. As well as high-class restaurants, it has over 1,000 eating places ranging from tiny shanty-style bars, in Omoide Yokocho near the West Exit and in Golden-gai Street in Kabuki-cho, to large izakaya bars and specialist restaurants serving global cuisines. There are also fresh ingredients as well as luxury Japanese and Western-style confections to be found in the "depa-chika" (the basement floors of department stores where delicatessens are located) at Odakyu Department Store. If you are unsure of what to eat, we strongly recommend the Manhattan Hills restaurant floors, which are located near the top of Odakyu Department Store, where the previously introduced Nadaman Hinkan is also situated.
Enoshima is famous for its rich seafood. The most popular local fish are young sardines (Shirasu). At the beach Italian restaurant iL CHIANTI BEACHE over 100 dishes including a pizza with young sardines can be enjoyed.
Lon Cafe is located in the botanic gardens of the Enoshima Samuel Cocking Garden. Enjoy the Lon Cafe terrace view of Enoshima town and the yacht harbors.
This second branch of iL CHIANTI BEACHE located along side Enoshima Sea Candle lighthouse and observatory deck is called iL CHIANTI CAFE. From high up in Enoshima, you can enjoy magnificent views of the Shonan seas and the Sea Candle. The cafe serves pizza, pasta and hamburgers.
Shirasu-don is a donburi (a large bowl filled with rice) topped with shirasu (young sardines), which are a fry such as pilchards. Fresh shirasu-don using only shirasu caught that very morning are particularly precious, and you should make a point of trying this dish.
- *Products may quickly go out of stock during the closed fishing season from January 1 to March 10 or due to bad weather.
Amalfi Cafe is a popular cafe in Shichirigahama. The simple choux cream pastry using fresh eggs is a popular item.
Sample the delights of a fun eating tour
Enoshima is known for its delicious takeaway food offerings. There are several kiosks on the approach to the entrance of Enoshima where some great takeaway snacks are to be sampled. Tako Sembei (octopus cracker) or small sweet bean paste dumplings can be nibbled while you stroll around Enoshima.
Mt. Fuji & Fuji Five Lakes
Shimoda port has Japan´s largest landing of red bream. The local dishes made from this delicious fish range from the typical steamed or boiled Bream, to Bream burgers and croquettes, through to sashimi and pilaf (Takikomi Gohan).