Ain Soph.Ripple

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Shinjuku-ku Kabuki-cho 2-46-8 Nissho Building 1F, Tokyo, Japan, 160-0021

The 4th branch of Ain Soph opened 2015 and is cafe style and more casual. Location is in Kabukicho/Shinjuku near Seibu Shinjuku station North exit. Serves plant-based fusion cuisine with items like veggie burgers, burritos, salad bowls, and French toast. Has English menu. Credit cards accepted with minimum charge. Open Mon-Fri 11:00am-10:00pm, Sat-Sun 11:00am-9:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, International, Japanese, Organic, Fast food, Beer/Wine, Take-out, French, Fusion

219 Reviews

First Review by Taipei Taurus

THE CRISPY CHICKEN BURGER - Edit

I swear, it will be appearing in my dreams until i go back to Tokyo. The cheese burger was also very nice.

Pros: Amazing junk food

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Yummy - Edit

We were craving for burgers and this place was the right choice. I had the chicken burger and it was beautiful! French fries with cheese was great too.

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Excellent Vegan Fare in Tokyo! - Edit

Loved the falafel burger! Great selection and nice atmosphere!

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Yum! - Edit

Great comfort food! I love their burgers.

Pros: so many options

Cons: pricey , location

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Burgers & Fries - Edit

Yes yes. Ripple Burger and Chicken Burgers, Burrito’s and Burrito Bowl’s. Yum yum yum.

We were full but still ordered the French Toast because someone recommended them in an earlier review.

THEY
DIDN’T
DISAPPOINT.

Pros: intimate - wifi, clean - charging at each table, fast service

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Great taste! - Edit

The food was great. We tried the ripple cheese burger with french fries and the burrito bowl salad. Both were fantastic!! Unfortunately the chicken burger was sold out. Definetaly we will return!

p.s great punk rock playlist

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Best vegan cheese burger! - Edit

It may be a little bit of a walk from Shinjuku station but its diffidently worth it! The chicken burger is amazing too but you can't beat their cheese burger! I've been back at least 5 times so far and will be heading back as many times as I can during my time in Japan! The waffles were a bit dry sadly.

Pros: Super quick service , Best burgers ever

Cons: Quite a small venue, Pretty expensive

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Incredible Vegan fried chicken burger - Edit

It’s very great vegan fried chicken burger and you can enjoy french fries with vegan cheese
It’s so thankful I can have the burger without the sense of guilty, when I have fried chicken burger

Pros: It serves fast and the shop staff is friendly

Cons: It’s located a little bit far away from Shinjuku s

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Good vegan food - Edit

The place is very small but nice. I had a small salad with quinoa, salad, some roasted veggies and vegan dressing. It was good. My husband had a soy chicken burger with cabbage and tartar sauce and it was tasty. Fries are ok. We were still hungry, as servings in Japan and never very generous. We shared a burrito: home made tortilla filled with rice, black beans, avocado and some other veggies. It was small, but healthy and good.

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Saviour! - Edit

I've eaten here more than any other place in Shinjuku during my Japan trip. Excellent burgers and home made treats, priced reasonably. Thank you!

Pros: Everything is vegan! , Yummy home made treats

Cons: In a side street so can be a bit of a challenge to

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good burger - Edit

Good burger quickly served.

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Cool, Tasty and Chilled Out - Edit

A long wide table spans the entire restaurant so you may be eating with others - however this is the vibe of the place so don’t be put off. It’s super chilled, with delicious vegan junk food, good drinks and music. Seems to attract many westerners which isn’t a bad thing - staff seem to be all Japanese so you don’t feel like you’re in a tourist hot spot. Highly recommend everything on the menu (I’ve been a few times).

Pros: Chilled Out, Relaxed and Trendy, Excellent range of vegan junk food , Attracts a range of customers

Cons: You’ll end up sitting next to somebody you won’t k

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great - Edit

First thing I thought when I went there for the first time: there are only foreign people 😂 but whatever that these vegan hamburgers are delicious, my non vegetarian friends also love them. Will go back again!

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Worth the walk, again and again. - Edit

Debated whether to go to Ripple, as I have a similar place back home in Perth, but Ripple is all vegan, so must be supported.
Well worth the walk. Had the signature burger....very nice, not too heavy, plenty of veg with it.
Because of a review I had read, I decided to try the French toast ( hence no fries with the burger)......bl#@@#y hell it was good. Will be going back again before I leave if only for somemore of that.
Place had a pleasant feel to it. What I would describe as an eatery, no pretensions. Highly recommend.

Pros: Vegan..ambience..good selection.

Cons: None.

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Delicious fast-food style - Edit

Delicious, well prepared and presented vegan food!

The ripple burger is meaty and cheesy, completely delicious.
The chicken burger with tartar sauce is another winner, very good quality “chicken” patty, with a tangy tartar sauce that really finishes it off.

They serve some nice beer and other sides that are definitely worth trying (check out their cheesy fries!)

Pros: quick service, delicious food, great value

Cons: can’t eat enough! :p

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Good junk food - Edit

Nice venue, very busy, tasty vegan meat options. Chips need to be cooked for longer.

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Good vegan fast food - Edit

I had the "chicken" burger, which was delicious. The chips with cheese topping weren't top quality though - having had vegan cheese (Violife and other nice brands) in Europe, this one was felt a bit too coconuty and its texture was not exactly smooth. Still, edible! The place is small and packed with foreigners, easy to forget you are in Japan. I would definitely come back to have that burger again. Pricewise - typical Tokyo, with burgers for over 1200 yen. Portion sizes are reasonable, a set menu with fries should satisfy you.

Pros: good food

Cons: limited space

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Great Western Feed! - Edit

If you’re like us, nearing the end of our trip and having a hankering for a deliciously cheesy (vegan) burger this is place to visit! I had cheesy fries and my partner had mac n cheese and then we both had a cheese burger - we demolished our meals pretty quickly!

Pros: delicious , cheesy , many options

Cons: a little pricey

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disappointing - Edit

Smallish cafe style with counter service. Order pay in advance. I had rippon burger and fries and fresh lemonade to drink. Burger was a reasonable size served in brown paper burger eating bag designed to cover the face of the eater. The bun was over toasted to the point it was hard on one side The burger itself was edable but nothing special. French fries likely cooked from frozen were hot though so pale they looked under done.

Pros: friendly staff spoke english, lemonade was good, international friendly crowd

Cons: food, small space, Can feel crowded

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good vegan fast food - Edit

This is the first of the Ain Soph chain I tried in Tokyo. It’s a bit of a trek from Shinjuku station, but worth it. The seating is very limited so try and get there before the rush! The staff are very nice and friendly, and the person I ordered with spoke perfect English. I had the cheeseburger and fries which was delicious but if I have time I will definitely be going back to try something else! I also had the rum/raisin ice cream which was also really good, and got a takeaway tiramisu.

Pros: Really good burger and ice cream, Great staff!, nice cosy atmosphere

Cons: limited seating, fries appeared to be heated from frozen

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Vegan heaven - Edit

Rarely do we get so many choices... I wanted to have everything thing from the menu. Burgers, burrito bowls, salads, fries and desserts.
The only downside was seating... about 15ish seats most of those on a big table so you will end up sharing with strangers (not such a bad thing).
Friendly English speaking staff. Got some delicious biscuits to take home.

Pros: everything vegan , well priced , absolutely delicious food

Cons: lack of seating

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Delish! - Edit

Entirely vegan burger joint. Had the soy chicken and it was delicious! My partner had the ripple cheese burger and that wasn't too great. Definitely go for the 'chicken' burger though!

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Nice small burger place - Edit

Cozy little place which can be crowded.
Nice little walk from Shinjuku station.

I had the Ripple burger + cheese french fries. That was copious.

The burger was good, I felt it went some time to make sure it was great. The fries were a little boring, nothing special, and the vegan cheese was ok.

Pricey place for what it is and it is Tokyo after all.
I wished Tokyo would made cheap low key vegan places instead of those popular hipster places that tries to be charming but instead lacks authenticity.

Pros: Food, great for Tokyo, Cozy in some way

Cons: Price -> Tokyo, Crowded -> Tokyo

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Best French Toast - Edit

Not far away from the station, you can charge your phone at every seat, best french toast I ever had! I also love the Ripple burger and corn soup!

Pros: Good value, Very friendly stuff, Close to the station

Cons: None

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great fast food - Edit

Fan or not of fast food the burguers in this place are delicious.

he chicken burger is GREAT, same as the tiramisu. I'm not big fan of their normal cheeseburguers and frieds, as well as the prices, but it's a nice place with great service.

Updated from previous review on 2018-02-05

Pros: Great chicken burger

Cons: A little expensive for the amount of food.

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Delicious - Edit

Went back twice during our trip. Definitely tastes better eating in but also very delicious as a takeaway. Had the chickn burger, chilli cheese fries, and mac and cheese and it was all amazing.

Pros: reasonable price

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Comfortable familiar food - Edit

Great little cafe style venue. Staff were friendly and helpful. I had a burger, nothing special. The chips were undercooked.

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