Captain Cook, Tokyo Breakfast

Captain Cook (Hiroo, Tokyo) – Tokyo Breakfast Gluten Free

 I was introduced to Captain Cook the other day by my Japanese mommy group – Moms really do know best! Hidden in a small side road right between Hiroo and Nishi Azabu crossing is a cute and fantastic breakfast joint. Captain Cook
promotes their food as innovative British cuisine. I don’t really know that means, but I can tell you they offer an amazing breakfast. Not only do they have the standard fare of eggs Captain Cook, Tokyo Breakfastand sausage, hot cakes and waffles but they offer many of these items gluten free!  Checkout all our top Tokyo breakfast & brunch recommendations.

Captain Cook, Hiroo – Tokyo Breakfast Gluten Free

My two favorite items on the menu are the Shakespeare’s Globe, which is a whole avocado, pit removed, and replaced with an egg and then wrapped in bacon. Fun to cut apart and Captain Cook, Tokyo Breakfastdelicious to consume. Also, the Smoked salmon eggs Benedict on a rice muffin was perfectly cooked with a runny egg nestled on a fresh slice of avocado and a crispy rice
muffin. They also make a very smooth coffee latte. Breakfast items are between 1,000 – 2,000 yen.
Captain Cook Tokyo, Eggs BenedictThey also offer a separate lunch menu, a luxurious looking afternoon tea, and dinner. If you like your PIMMs, Fish Cakes, Shepard’s Pie, English Stew and other British dishes then thi is a good spot to frequent.  Check out their menu here. The little brown circles to the left of the item denote gluten free.
Captain Cook is joining all our other Tokyo breakfast spots on our recommended list! 
Captain Cook Tokyo Details_MG_2711
Address: 5-2-37 Minamiazabu, Tokyo
Phone: 03-6277-2308
Hours: M-F 8:00 – 22:00, S-S 8:30 – 22:00
Website: http://www.captaincook.co.jp

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