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Top 5 Recommended Salad Spots in Tokyo

Planning on increasing your greens this summer? Here are our Top 5 Recommended Salad Spots in Tokyo – all deliciously filling and healthy!

Green Brother's Tokyo Salads1) Green Brothers (Ebisu, Azabu Juban, Ark Hills, Otemachi) – Green Brother’s has three seasonal salad offerings and nine year-round offerings. The salad sets run from 1,090 to 1,380 JPY (prices include tax). They also offer custom-made salads where you chose the base, four toppings, and dressing for 980 yen – there are premium toppings you can add which do cost extra. People who want a more customizable approach to their salad-eating will enjoy Green Brother’s. More details –>

 

Franz and Evans, Omotesando2) Franz and Evans (Omotesando) – Finally, an upscale deli in Tokyo where you can chose from various healthy salads and side dish options for vegetarians, carnivores and gluten-free folks. Everyone will enjoy the amazing desserts. The Franze and Evans Deli in Omotesando is 110% family friendly and a great place to grab lunch on a busy shopping day. This is the first Japanese branch of the East London popular Deli Cafe, and hopefully more will open soon. More Details –>

 

Top 5 Recommended Salad Spots in Tokyo3) Citron (Aoyama) opened in mid-2015 and is a casual French restaurant which specializes in serving healthy salads, soups and quiche. A full salad bar is offered which will make any salad lover happy – organic seeking, vegetarian or just want healthy but good. More Details –>

 

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Crisp Salad Works Best Living Japan4) Crisp Salad Works (Azabu-Juban, Roppongi and Ebisu) offers eight signature salads (six greens base and two grain base) and a custom salad option where you choose your greens and three 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. More Details –>

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5) Cosme Kitchen Adaptation (Ebisu) The all you can eat Organic Salad Bar offers a large selection of fresh and raw ingredients with unique toppings; Acai powder, Goji berries, Chia seeds, and homemade dressings like cold pressed beets, kiwi fruit, grapefruit and chervil, and grain mustard. The salad buffet is 1980 yen and includes fresh seasonal vegetables, hard-boiled eggs, freshly baked crispy french bread, soups as well as cooked sides. Couple your meal with a vegan dessert and an all organic juice from their Juicery or with a selection of natural wine at the in-house Bio Wine Kitchen. More Details –>

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