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šCity Shop Noodle/
Omotesando: Deli
salads
₯5778-4544
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A sister shop of the
nearby City Shop
deli-cafeteria, this
more noodle-focused
branch offers combi-
nation platters with
your choice of deli
salads, noodles and
toppings. There are
more than a dozen
creative deli
choices like Dill
and Thyme-Grilled
Salmon; Steamed
Chicken with Black-
Bean Ginger Sauce;
and Chia-Seed Citrus
Coleslaw. Noodle
options include
kale-wheat, rice
noodles and "Zen
pasta," with numer-
ous sauces and gar-
nishes to liven
things up.

Service is friendly,
and the cafe is
stylishly decorated,
with comfortable
communal tables,
smaller window-side
tables and a handful
of outdoor seats
occupying a small
terrace area. The
base price for a
platter of one noo-
dle dish plus three
deli items is Y1600
(although some of
the meatier items
carry a Y100 sur-
charge).

Portion sizes are
substantial, so a
combo platter ends
up being a fairly
filling meal, espe-
cially if you add on
dessert. Platters
come with free cof-
fee or tea at lunch-
time (11:30-5), and
discounts on drinks
(wine, beer, cock-
tails) in the eve-
ning. Everything on
the menu is ready to
take out.
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Shibuya-ku, Jingu-
mae 5-51-8.  Open
11:30am-9:30pm (LO)
daily.
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