Not many restaurants in the Tokyo area have been so renowned as to have been praised by the New York Times, Martha Stewart, Bobby Flay, and the Today show. If this restaurant and bakery has gained such praise in the States, then it must be worth a visit! The Clinton St. Baking Tokyo restaurant and bakery is located just South of the Omotesando Hills shopping district and will be a welcome place to nourish your shopping self after an afternoon of beefing up your wardrobe. While the bakery opens at 8 am and closes once their stock of delicious muffins, scones, and brownies run out, their restaurant is open until 11.
Whether you are a kid or just a kid at heart, the Clinton St. Baking Tokyo has a wide selection of “breakfast for dinner” options that have been updated for your adult palate. In the mood for scrambled eggs? Try Clinton St.’s updated salmon scramble, which is a delicious mix of smoked salmon and goat cheese. They also mix up their menu with more down home country offerings of chicken and waffles, eggs benedict, and huevos rancheros. If breakfast is not on your mind at dinner time, try their selection of Angus burgers, crap cakes, several scallop dishes, or selection of tacos. The diner who is more vegetable inclined will certainly not leave hungry either. The progressive Clinton St. Baking Tokyo offers a delicious and delicate beet salad or veggie burger. But with all this upscale food on your plate, why not pair it with one of their selections of boozy adult milkshakes or maybe a Bloody Mary?
It is not like Japan is devoid of classic American favorites in their restaurants. Just like in America, Japan is jumping on recent dining trends like goat cheese and avocado. However, a restaurant that has perfected it to a level that has gained American culinary acclaim is hard to find, especially on a budget. Your wallet and gullet will be very pleased with the Clinton St. Tokyo Restaurant and Bakery located in the Omotesando shopping district.
Address:YHT Minami-Aoyama Bldg, 5-17-1 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Telephone:03 – 6450-5944
Monday:8:00 – 23:00
Tuesday:8:00 – 23:00
Wednesday:8:00 – 23:00
Thursday:8:00 – 23:00
Friday:8:00 – 23:00
Saturday:8:00 – 23:00
Sunday:8:00 – 23:00