Updated: November 07, 2018
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Best Mediterranean Food in Tokyo!

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If you're craving Mediterranean cuisine in Tokyo, here's la creme de la creme! Enjoy!

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The Apollo

Their reasonably-priced menu is simple, yet exquisitely prepared.
When you go, be sure to try the Saganaki cheese cooked in honey and oregano, it's absolutely amazing.
Another dish you must try is the oven baked lamb shoulder with lemon Greek Yoghurt. It is slowly cooked for 10 hours and is as tender as can be.

The lunch menu is between 2980 and 4980 yen, and only 1980 on weekdays.
For dinner, it's between 5980 and 6400 yen

CICADA

https://www.tysons.jp/cicada/
CICADA's cuisines consist of dishes representative of the cuisine of the Mediterranean countries. You'll find on the menu everything from hummus and Lebanese mezze to tagines (beef, lamb or fish) from Morocco, and other Mediterranean delicacies. CICADA also has a vegetarian menu. It's recommended to get a lot of dishes and share.
https://www.tysons.jp/cicada

Al Mina

Al Mina is a Palestinian restaurant located close to the Kanda Station, at a 10-minute walk from the Akihabara Station to the northeast. This is the place for you to go if you are looking for middle-eastern, Mediterranean cuisine. You can get great hummus and falafels, kebbe, fresh tabouleh (parsley, onion, and mint) salads, soups and much more. For dinner, there are 2-people courses for 3,500 to 5,700 yen. You can eat lunch there for about 1,000 yen

Ta-im

Ta-im in Ebisu, has the welcoming atmosphere of a tiny Japanese restaurant with the flare of Israel. Best of both worlds?
The food was great and authentic, as it was made by an Israeli chef. The chef is very welcoming and warm and offers a wide variety of great Israeli wine. The falafel lunch is ¥1,360. Give it a try!

Shamaim

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Shamaim is an Israeli restaurant at Ekoda station. Although it isn't certified Kosher, it offers mouth-watering all-you-can-eat Israeli dishes! The staff is super friendly and welcoming, and for only ¥2,400 (taxes included), you get a variety of Israeli dishes and you can order again whatever you like. We highly suggest this place!

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    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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