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Andersen/
Omotesando: Danish
₯3407-4833
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Breakfast at Ander-
sen, the long-run-
ning Danish-style
cafe-restaurant, is
a simple affair. No
fancy Eggs Floren-
tine or Cajun Crab
Cakes, just plain
old eggs and bacon.
What makes them
special though is
their excellent
bread basket - near-
ly a dozen different
varieties of bread,
Danish pastries and
croissants fresh
from the ovens of
their flagship bak-
ery, located just
downstairs.

The macadamia nut-
currant bread is our
favorite, with but-
ter and a dab of
berry jam from the
jampot on the table.
Besides all the
bread you want, the
Y1350 Andersen
breakfast includes
your choice of an
egg dish with bacon
or sausage, along
with refillable
coffee or tea and
miniscule side
dishes - a tiny
portion of salad, a
baby cup of yogurt
with bits of fruit
and a miniature
glass of juice (we
found the tomato-
lemon quite refresh-
ing).

The setting is
bright and airy,
with floor-to-ceil-
ing windows over-
looking Omotesando
crossing below.
Breakfast is served
from 7:30-11am on
weekdays and 8:30-
11am on weekends.
Sunday mornings seem
to be a popular time
for families with
kids.
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Minato-ku, Minami-
Aoyama 5-1-26. 
Open 8am-9pm (LO)
daily.
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