There seems to be a secret union of veg restaurants in Tokyo that prescribes the same "book of flavors" to all its members, or something. T's in Jiyugaoka, Olu Olu Cafe, Kushi Garden and Ainsoph all belong to it, plus a bunch more. Eat More Greens was a member of the club, too, but recently added various meat and seafood dishes to the menu so now they've been kicked out of the union. They all taste very similar, some dishes are outright interchangeable. There is a lack of creativity and imagination here, a sort of group think, or maybe a linguistic barrier that prevents them from accessing non-Japanese recipe books. The result is the same old veggie soup, salad, soy chik'n nugget & curry (or hayashi) rice combo. Also, taco rice and/or vegetable tortillas. Go to one of them, eat it, now you know how all the others taste. T's is a little ahead of the pack with execution so go there if you want the best. Ainsoph here has the nicest ambience and staff. (Like many other places though, here too, only one menu per table because, see, we're into "sharing".) Each of these eateries has one or two things on the menu that the others don't have so they don't get caught in their collusion. Ainsoph.Journey has the pancakes. They're pretty good so if you're in the area and the mood, go for it.
This is just too boring for old me, so they won't be seeing me again.
Cons: Boring TUVRS food, One menu per table, Moldy smell on lower floor