Cafe and shop. Last order taken an hour before closing time. Address in Japanese: 東京都渋谷区神宮前5-53-67. Previously named Marche and located on Ebisu, Shibuya-ku. Price: Moderate more-less
Vegan, Macrobiotic
Shibuya-ku, Jingumae 5-53-67
Tokyo, Japan

Open Tue-Sat 11am-9pm, Sun 11am-6:30pm, closed Sun.



First Review by Nihacc
Nancy Cadet
Nancy Cadet
  • vegan

Delicious food, quiet setting, memorable meal

5 Posted on 10 / 17 / 2013

Location: next to Aoyama Book Center, in shopping mall under the United Nations University on Aoyama -dori. Directions: at Omotosando metro station , exit at the intersection of Aoyama & Jingu-dori, at Mizhuo bank. Walk 3 blocks --past the Natural Home supermarket, Starbucks , KFC, etc to landmark on street: United Nations Univ Building & pedestrian overpass. At the side of United Nations building , follow signs down the escalator to Aoyama Book Center.

Food and ambiance: Lunch only; then coffees , teas & cakes for sale till 5 or 6PM. The cafe has carefully prepared,tastefully presented meals at moderate prices: there are 2 vegan menu options and one vegan lunch set; also cakes, coffee, tea, and non -veg items. Some macrobiotic products are for sale too. Our lunches were really delicious, with interesting combinations of flavors--no English menu, but the servers understand what "vegan" means and can explain the basics of the printed menu. I had the vegan burger lunch set, with salad , coffee and miso soup, and my partner a wonderful blueberry smoothie, tofu "caprese" , steamed veggies, rice (1200 yen). Surprisingly low prices for the quality and worth the trip .
Updated from previous review on Thursday October 17, 2013

Pros: Gourmet food, Quick , attentive service, Tasteful decor, tranquil setting
Cons: Lunch only
  • vegan

Love it!

4 Posted on 10 / 24 / 2010

I was caught in a rain storm and hung out at Marche for a bit. I didn't eat food, just had tea and tiramisu which was delish. Food and desserts made in the macrobiotic style, so don't expect the dessert to be sweet like in the US. Somewhat expensive. Nice little grocery store with organic and macrobiotic products. Very nice staff, many tables so would be good for a group.

  • vegan

Don't serves dinners but excellent tea and cakes!

4 Posted on 09 / 05 / 2010

We went there to have dinner, but they only serve lunch at midday. So we took two drink+cake menu: iced tea + green tea and soy milk cake, and iced soy latte + tofu cake; everything delicious! The shop has many asiatic products, we bought organic soymilk and ume vinegar.


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