Food, Entertainment and Culture Japan

Breakfast at the Royal Garden Cafe

Hotel Unizo’s Royal Garden Cafe serves three types of breakfast, all equally pleasing to the palette and delightful to the eyes. The first (and my favorite) is the traditional Japanese set.

The set consists of grilled salmon..

that's tamago on the upper left corner, and sweetened seaweed on the lower right

miso soup…

cold tofu…

this is really refreshing

and pickled seaweed.

Of course, there’s bottomless coffee and orange juice.

loved the brown sugar cubes!
the classic kikkoman

Then there’s American breakfast consisting of bread, bacon, eggs, fried potatoes and mixed green salad.

You can have the eggs either scrambled or simply fried sunny side up.

Finally, the pancakes!

If I remember correctly, these pancakes were made with ricotta cheese and served with slices of banana and blueberries. A great pick-me-up especially on cold, gloomy mornings.

Aside from the food, what I like best about this restaurant is that it’s very relaxed and is never crowded (at least not during my stay).


You can pretty much keep to yourself. You can even check your mail while having breakfast.

wi-fi ready macbook pros for your surfing pleasure

I checked out RGCs website to see what else they have to offer.  Apparently, they also serve lunch and dinner.

While quickly scanning through the website I saw the words “sustainable”, “recycle” and “visible food” but the rest of the text is in Japanese. So I   used Babelfish to translate the content and this is what I got:

Hmmm… okay…  I guess I can tell you nothing more about Royal Garden Cafe.:)  You just have to trust me when I say it’s worth a visit the next time you find yourself in Shibuya Ward.  I promise you won’t get disappointed.

Visit RGC  here.


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  1. Jing says:

    Love your photos of the food. And the Japanese breakfast very informative. Hope more write-ups to come. 😀

    1. polmangilog says:

      Hi Jing, thanks for dropping by. Will definitely post more. Happy travels!:)

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