Serves meat, veg options available. Organic and natural food restaurant At lunch three vegan choices: spaghetti with soy meat sauce and vegan cheese, steamed vegetables with rice, or your choice of pasta, sauce and toppings. Meal come with unlimited small salad bar. There is also a cheaper cafe called Dorobushi Kitchen on B1F. Price: Moderate more-less
Vegan-friendly, Japanese, Organic, Salad bar, Beer/Wine, Non-veg
5-8-16 Ginza, FANCL Square Building, 9F, Central Honshu (Ginza area)
Tokyo, Japan 91207

Mon-Sun 11:00am-3:30pm, Mon-Sat 5:00pm-9:30pm, Sun 5:00pm-8:30pm

  • Cash only


First Review by ashwinn
  • vegan

Good option if dining with non-veg*ns

Posted on 08 / 01 / 2015

As noted, the restaurant is accessible through the Fancl International shop. I hadn't realised that there were 2 options, we went up to the 'posh' restaurant on the 9th floor. I was very unsure about the portion sizes but our waitress was quite helpful in reasonable English. We settled on the cold tofu with Udo oil to share between the 3 of us, and the soup of the day each (gazpacho) my non-veg*n dining companions enjoyed the tofu but thought the gazpacho could have been more seasoned. I liked both, the soup was perfect for the hot humid day we had endured.
I then had the Gluten pieces with vegetables which were tasty but we failed to realise that we should have ordered rice on the side so consequently our main courses were quite small, we made up for this with a dessert, again quite a small portion compared with back home but the avocado pudding was delicious.
On the whole very nice. Costing ¥6200 for me with 2 beers

Pros: Organic, quiet setting, something for both meateat
Cons: Reservations probably needed, we got lucky
  • vegetarian

Looks can be deceiving

Posted on 05 / 10 / 2015

The instructions from the Happy Cow were simple enough. The restaurant is exactly where the app said it would be. And the address stated it is located on the ninth floor above a Fancl shop. But when we arrived it looked nothing like the photos suggested. Dorobushi is a very fancy, stylish restaurant! And the menu had several vegetarian options, so we sat down and ordered.

Waiting for the food to be delivered I showed the photos on the Happy Cow app to the waiter. Did they remodel the place? No, he explained. Dorobushi has two restaurants on the same address! A high class one on the ninth floor, a more simple one on the basement floor. The name is the same, the atmosphere and the menus differ.

Since we already ordered, we stayed in the classy restaurant on the ninth floor. And perhaps we shouldn't have. Because the food wasn't particularly good. We had tofu in special oil for starters, which was cold (as promised) and odd tasting. The "gluten products" with vegetables was oily as well. The basic set of rice and miso soup (served in just about every Japanese restaurant) was good.

While the food was average, the price was everything but average. We paid 4,300 yen for two persons (one serving of tofu, one serving of "gluten products", two sets of rice/miso).

Perhaps the restaurant in the basement floor is a better option. It looks basic, fresh and natural with lots of wood and bright lights. They serve (vegetarian) pasta and some other simple macrobiotic food at simple prices.

Pros: looks beautiful, located on Ginza main street, healthy
Cons: over priced, not very tasty
  • vegetarian


Posted on 04 / 15 / 2013

If you're in the neighborhood...

Pros: location
Cons: price, limited selection


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