Veg-friendly restaurant & grocery
Crayon House is actually a children's bookstore and they have two restaurants downstairs, along with a natural food store. One restaurant is called "Home" and is a French restaurant that serves tons of meat. The other restaurant (which is further inside) is called "Hiroba" and is mostly vegetarian.
Hiroba has an extensive menu and offers a number of noodle and rice dishes, steamed veggies, and their signature Korean-style pancake (a vegetarian version of the Japanese okonomiyaki, which usually has egg in the batter and meat in the filling).
They also feature a lunch buffet for 1250 yen, which is mostly vegetarian (except for a fish dish, and the miso soup, which has fish broth). The buffet usually has about 2-3 vegan dishes, plus rice.
Their natural food store does serve meat, but they have lots of fresh fruits and vegetables, vegan snacks, and hard-to-come-by items like natural peanut butter and maple syrup.
Added by Cass Danger on Oct 8 07 (last updated Oct 9 07)
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Take the Hanzoman line to the Omotesando station and take the B2 exit. Walk in the opposite direction that the B2 exit leads you and take a left at the first alley (it's only about a 20 foot walk. Walk about 2-4 minutes and it will be on your right and has a huge sign.
$ - inexpensive
- Eclectic (Fusion)
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- Large Group-Friendly