Cori Vegan Foodstand

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3 Chome-13 Minamiaoyama Minato (at Commune 246), Tokyo, Japan

Vendor at the Commune 246 food truck market in Omotesando. Sells fried soy meat, falafel and hummus sandwich, organic drinks. Note: kitchen may stop serving 30-60 minutes prior to closing, check ahead. Open Wed-Sun 1:00pm-9:00pm. NOTE: hours are flexible.

Categories: Vegan, Japanese, Western, Beer/Wine, Fusion, Take-out only

24 Reviews

First Review by StephieLin

Go in the evening, this place is amazing - Edit

Real beer! Served properly! Amazingly friendly staff and delicious food with a great, varied menu. Located inside the Commune 2nd outdoor food market - very pretty at night and well decorated place that seems to attract a huge range of customers. You could sit there eating and drinking all day.

Pros: The staff - so friendly. , The food - varied menu and very tasty. They do soy, The location - cool, trendy and well decorated foo

Cons: Closed on Mondays, watch out. If closed, head to M, Slightly expensive beers

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Quick check in - Edit

I didnt actually buy anything from here as it was not what I was expecting. I food stand based largely on alcohol with the food only getting a little side of the menu. Items like falafel, pitta, houmous... the usual vegan options.

Pros: good location, cool look, alcohol

Cons: little options, uninventive

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closed - Edit

Despite the posted hours, they were closed on a Saturday afternoon.

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Great tasting food - Edit

I enjoyed the food here. A relaxed atmosphere in an otherwise busy part of the city. The food is served fresh, and is very reasonably priced. Portions are decent. I would highly recommend.

Pros: Easy to find, Great tasting food, Good atmosphere

Cons: None

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Great food, cool spot! - Edit

Soy nugget plate and falafel plate both delicious and they have good beer and drinks. Really cool spot too, highly recommend for vegans in the area.

Pros: soy nuggets, good beer, chilled spot

Cons: slightly small portions, am now addicted to soy nuggets

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Nice atmosphere - Edit

Really nice little area, delicious soy karaage. Portions are a bit small, you only get a couple tablespoons of hummus.

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Great food in a cool location. - Edit

Soy nuggets. Very cool spot to hang out, have a beer, or nice coffee. Good music, nice atmosphere. Most importantly, soy nuggets.

Pros: Everything

Cons: No

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Hidden gem for vegans - Edit

After stuggling to find anything vegan in tokyo this was the first proper vegan meal we had and it was amazing. We had the vegan plate for 1000¥ which came with an array of salads, rice and best of all the soy nuggets which were like a bite of heaven! It's in a great little courtyard almost hidden from the street with lots of beer stands etc and reminded me of similar places in brick lane and camden back home in England. It's a must if you're near Shibuya or Harajuku!

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Holiday atmosphere - Edit

It is a small vegan food stall coverd with pretty green!
Peaceful holiday atmosphere there.
Their falafel pita is full of fresh veggies.
Moreover they have Kokege Beer, Japanese craft beer I love.
Good vegan food and good craft beer under the Sun!!

Pros: Kokage beer, Fresh veggies, Good atmosphere

Cons: Crowded on holidays

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soy nuggets FTW - Edit

We came here exhausted and hungry and it was such a nice surprise. Food was filling and health. Only thing is I wish we had more of the soy nuggets! We got the vegan plate that has a variety of things and were very happy. I also got a chai latte which was a rare find to me!

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Excellent Food in Great Atmosphere - Edit

We came here after visiting Harajuku and were pleasantly surprised when we found the outdoor food court known as Commune 246. The atmosphere is chill and relaxing, and there are numerous choices, but we came for Cori Vegan. We tried the Falafel and the Vegan plate and both were excellent. The portions are not too big and there is a nice salad with both. We really enjoyed eating al fresco and relaxing afterwards.

Pros: Delicious Food, Outdoor Dining, No unnecessary waste (real plates)

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Great food, cool atmosphere - Edit

I had the falafel in pita, you will need to fork to eat this as it's laden down with salad and hummus. The falafels were faultless. I paid ¥850.

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Unique in Tokyo - Edit

The food stand is beautiful and the atmosphere at Commune 246 is probably unique in Tokyo. The crowd is heavy on foreigners and pretty much everything's in English. If I forgot I was in Tokyo, I might think I was in the USA or northern/central Europe.

I appreciate a vegan stand here but unfortunately the food could be better. They are trying to make something you'd find in Portland I think, but it's just a small portion of weird things mixed together (lettuce, cabbage, a couple potato chips, mushrooms, soy nuggets, different sauces).

It's worth a visit to see the Commune 246 space and try Cori, but I wouldn't go again for the food.

Pros: Unique atmosphere, beautiful stand

Cons: Strange combination of food, small portion

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yum! - Edit

Delicious vegan food in a cute food truck style spot - the apple ginger hot drink was great too.

Pros: tasty

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Awesome vibe - Edit

I went to Commune264 for Cori vegan food truck, but it is closed on Tuesdays. Fortunately right across is a Hawaiian food truck with a good vegan plate for 1000 JPY.

I went back on not-Tuesday, and ate the vegan plate (1000 JPY). Points because they gave me an actual plate instead of disposable stuff. The food was a mix of the usual salad, pickles, fried soy meat and mushrooms but also included the best scrambled tofu I've ever had. It was squishy and creamy, possibly the closes to eggs I've come across. It was only a small amount, but worth trying the plate for that I think. They have lots of other options too, and some interesting drinks on the menu.

Commune246 itself is a great place to hang. It's a covered outdoor seating area with a whole bunch of food trucks, and a really nice vibe. It also includes Wired cafe, which provides wifi, power and plenty of seating - a great spot for digital nomadding.

This review was originally posted at https://rhiaro.co.uk/2016/11/vegan-in-tokyo#cori

Pros: Great location, Free wifi, Lots of options

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Great wraps and plates - Edit

Delicious! There's also another vegan option available at the Hawaiian stall opposite.

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So Cool! - Edit

The food was great, items I would have at home, so it was my style of comfort food, generous portions, and it was the coolest spot I've been to in Japan. You would never know there was such a diverse, indie, hipster area, unless you were specifically looking for it. There was a DJ spinning, people from all walks of life eating, drinking, and dancing. It was a great experience!

Pros: Delicious , Good price , Great atmosphere

Cons: Not a lot of seating

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Cool spot in Omotesando - Edit

Food is good, many choices and pretty cheap! It's the right place if you are walking in the fancy area of Omotesando and you want to eat in a more relaxed atmosphere. Lots of people at the commune, pretty much all the time, sometimes there are people playing music/singing.

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Delicious - Edit

Located in the trendy Commune 246, this food stand was great! I had the falafel sandwich, and the statement that they have the best falafel is pretty spot on. Topped with a variety of condiments and stuffed with leafy greens, it was a truly delicious dish. The only downside was how the food took around 10 minutes to be prepared, but the owner notified me of this beforehand, but it was a shame when your friend has to wait for your food to come. Can't wait to come and try the other dishes!

Pros: Delicous, Nice surronding, Good vibe

Cons: Long wait

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Pretty great Falafel - Edit

Ordered the falafel plate, which was really good although a bit different to the more traditional falafels I'm used to. Atmosphere was nice and Coris was one of the few vegan places that were open lunchtime on a Sunday.

Pros: Good food, modern take on falafels, Pretty cool food truck venue

Cons: Bit noisy atmosphere, not a place to relax maybe

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Yummy Vegan Foodstand! - Edit

I decided to check this place out after my usual lunch spot in the area, Pure Cafe, had sold out of sandwiches for the day and I was so glad that I did! The food was delicious and I loved the atmosphere of the food stand lot. I tried the vegetable bowl and it was so much more than just veggies. It had scrambled tofu and mock meat nuggets as well as brown rice and it was all topped off with a delicious sauce. I can't wait to go back.

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Super tasty!! - Edit

I didn't see this on happy cow for some reason and found it by pure luck and I'm so happy I did. GREAT food with great taste and I'll be going back for sure!!!

Pros: great food, cheap, interesting organic beers :)

Cons: outdoor dining is in covered hall with heaters but

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fun time! - Edit

Food was some of the best I had in Tokyo, it was a bit small though.

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Awesome and Delicious Food - Edit

Found Cori food truck at Commune 246 near Ometesando Hills, Shibuya.

Commune 246 hosts a bundle of food stalls, shacks, caravan and shops. It's mostly outdoors with seatings and music playing in the background. It has a chilled festival feel.

Cori vegan food stand is the only vegan option within the commune. The food limited and is mostly fried. Went there over lunch and ordered the fried soy mean with spicy sauce. The food came with salad, fried soy meant drizzled with spicy sauce (which wasn't so spicy for me), some mushrooms and brown rice. And was served on a paper plate.

The texture of the soy meat was good t was flavorful. But the soy meat was a bit too greasy for me. I bit into a piece and it was oozing oil in my mouth. The overall meal was delicious and filling. It's the kind of food you would get from a food truck. Paid around ¥1400 for the meal.

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