CLOSED: G and V

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Chuo-ku, Ginza 3-12-19, Tokyo, Japan

Serves meat, vegan options available. G&V is modern restaurant, established fall-2012 at a short walk from Ginza station. Offers vegan set and several vegan plates on the menu. Sweets are vegan. Has English menu. Owner teaches macrobiotic cooking. Restaurant reported closed to HappyCow, although the cooking school remains, May 2015.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Japanese, Fusion, Non-veg

2 Reviews

First Review by Ricardo

Favorite Vegetarian Restaurant in Tokyo so far - Edit

I look for restaurants in which my non-vegetarian husband isn't limited to strictly vegetarian or vegan food. This restaurant is mostly vegan, but has some fish options on the menu. The food was awesome! Both my husband and I were very happy. We ordered the smaller lunch special (miso soup, main course and tea) for 1300 yen each and it was enough food to fill us up. They have a 5-course meal for 3100 if you're a big eater.

Pros: English friendly, Flavorful vegan food, Not too expensive

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Cozy Macrobiotic Restaurant - Edit

G&V food is mostly vegan, with seafood used only in the Main Dish of the Sets; and in the a la carte Menu.

It has many set options for Lunch time.
The most expensive one is a Lunch Set for 3100 yen which is, imho, quite a good deal for the price considering in includes appetizer, entree, main, dessert and drink.
Everything but the Main Dish is vegan; and for the Main Dish you can choose "vegetarian" (which is actually vegan) or "non-vegetarian" (which is some kind of fish).

It also offers other more affordable sets for less than 1500yen (including weekends).

It is closer to Higashi-Ginza station (where "Kabukiza" is located); therefore, it is far from Ginza's bustle, so although is not so big (20 seats approx.), you won't probably have to wait to get a table.
In any case, while reservations are not required, I would recommend you do it, just in case.

Dinner offers a la carte options, as well as a more expensive Dinner Set (5400yen).

"Cafe Time" starts from 2pm.
There are basically two sweet sets (sweet+drink), and some light meals.
One of the sweet sets includes the monthly sweet plate (which is the same that comes with the Meal Sets) and it costs 1080yen. The other sweet set includes a Parfait w/vegan ice-cream, and it costs 1540yen.

Staff is very attentive; I am always very pleased with the service.

Ginza lacks of a place like this, where you can go for or after lunch and get some nice sweets while getting some rest; so I highly recommend it.

They are not always open for dinner, so better check their schedule on their homepage beforehand.

Pros: many lunch options, patissier sweets, friendly staff

Cons: not completely vegan

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