Crisp Salad Works (Azabu-Juban, Hiroo, Roppongi and Ebisu)

In the last week I have eaten twice at Crisp Salad Works (クリスプ サラダ ワークス), so just have to recommend on BestLivingJapan. One of the best locations in  Tokyo to fill your salad cravings! They now have five locations. Also Green Brother’s has opened two salad stores that highly recommend for salad lovers.

Crisp Salad Works offer eight signature salads (six greens base and two grain base) and a custom salad option where you choose your greens and Crisp Salad Works Best Living Japanthree main ingredients. The signature salads range from about 1,000 -1,500 yen and custom salads 1,100 yen (with tax). I have tried both The Hipster and The Guacamole salads and can say I LOVED them. With a glass of their homemade lemonade, it was a 30 minute lunch break from heaven. You have a wide choice of dressings to add to your salad. All the vegetables are sourced directly from the growers, so the quality is quite high.

Crisp Salad Works Best Living JapanCrisp Salad Works store ambiance and service feels like Frijoles Restaurant since the owner is the same. The environment is open space, big wooden tables and young hip staff chopping away. Good place for a casual lunch date, late night salad snack or lunch with the ladies!

Might see you there! **I received no sponsorship from this post …although a free salad would be nice.

Crisp Salad Works Details
Azabu Store: 1-10-10 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo (near Azabu-Juban station)

Roppongi Store: 1F Hillside, Roppongi Hills, 6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo (Roppongi Hills complex)

Daikanyama Plaza: Daikayama Plaza 2F, 24-7 Sarugakucho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0033

Hiroo: 5-16-6 Minami-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo 160-0047

Ebisu Store: 3-29-16, Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo near Ebisu station)
Business days and hours: 11:00 – 22:00; Open 7 days a week (closed third Monday each month)
Cost: about 1,500 – 2,000 per person

Notes: Stroller and wheelchair friendly

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Crisp Salad Works, Azabu-Juban


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