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Captain Cook/
Nishi-Azabu: British
₯6277-2308
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If you're looking
for a new brunch
venue, a weekday
breakfast provider
or just a place that
serves modern inter-
national cuisine all
afternoon, Captain
Cook is worth check-
ing out. The
breakfast-brunch
menu is available
until 2:30pm on
weekdays and 3:30pm
on weekends, and
features classics
like Eggs Benedict
and waffles. There
are also a handful
of lunch specials
starting at 11:30am.


The English Break-
fast is fairly sub-
stantial, with very
tasty sausages and
bacon, nicely
grilled mushrooms,
baked beans, a fried
egg, grilled tomato
and a big hunk of
country-style bread.
Butter is available
upon request. Every-
thing seemed to be
properly done, al-
though for this
price (Y1650) we
would have enjoyed
two eggs rather than
just one.

The full dinner menu
kicks in at 2:30pm,
with a mix of Brit-
ish and internation-
al fare - sausage
and mash, roast
beef, lamb tagine,
schnitzel. There are
several soup options
(beetroot and apple,
Boston chowder),
with portions big
enough to share or
to serve as a main
dish along with a
salad. Our broccoli
and Stilton cheese
soup was quite
hearty, and was
paired very nicely
with a voluminous,
vegetable-filled
half-size portion of
quinoa salad.

Desserts include
sticky toffee pud-
ding and trifle,
while original cock-
tails sport names
like London Mule,
Captain Cook's Pimms
and Irish Dawn.
Wines start at Y5000
per bottle, and go
up to Y55,000 if you
really want to show
off. Budget around
Y2500-4500 for din-
ner with drinks.
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Minato-ku, Minami-
Azabu 5-2-37. 
Open 8:30am-10pm.
Closed Mondays.
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