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Schmatz/
Akasaka: German
₯5545-5424
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This casual German
beer bar started
life as a food truck
at the Aoyama Farm-
ers Market, and the
kitchen offers a
small but well-exe-
cuted menu of
schnitzel, sausages
and other meaty
German fare to go
with your beer.
Eight taps dispense
German and German-
style beers like
Hafenstoff porter,
Edelweiss Pale Ale,
Ayinger Dunkel and
Sapporo-brand Edel
Pils.

The sausages in
particular are far
better than your
usual bar food, with
tempting variations
like herb bratwurst,
cheese, porkchop
apple, "spicy spicy"
and wild boar, all
served with excel-
lent sauerkraut.
Other dishes include
grilled beer-mari-
nated herbed chick-
en, mussels steamed
in beer, and roast
beef over rice.

A couple of the beer
taps are devoted to
seasonal specials,
and all beers come
in three sizes.
Small glasses are
priced Y450-520 and
large ones Y790-900.
A tasting flight of
any three beers of
your choosing,
served in rather
tiny glasses, will
set you back Y1100.

The dining room is
very casual, with
most seating at high
tables with stools,
although there are a
few proper dining
tables in back. A
mix of contemporary
German pop music
plays in the back-
ground. When the
front door is open,
the dining room can
get smokier than you
might expect for a
non-smoking venue.

Budget around Y3500-
4500 in the evening
for food and drink,
including table
charge, or less if
you just have a beer
and a snack. Lunches
run around Y1000.
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Minato-ku, Akasaka
3-19-8.  Open 11:
30am-2:30, 5-10:30pm
(LO) daily.
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