2023-11-16 | Recommendations

Top 6 Affordable Restaurants in Shibuya

In the heart of Tokyo’s bustling Shibuya district, where the city’s energy and culture converge, a world of culinary delights unfolds around every corner. For those fortunate enough to call The Millennials Shibuya their temporary home, the quest for memorable dining experiences begins right at their doorstep. In this article, we will introduce the best spots to eat around our hotel, guided by the recommendations of the experts—the hotel’s own staff. These affordable and delicious dining spots will satisfy anyone’s palate from locals to international travelers. Whether you’re a seasoned globe trotter or a first-time visitor, this guide will lead you to the best dining experiences in the city, ensuring that your stay at The Millennials Shibuya is a memorable culinary adventure.

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Yakiniku Like

Hust a stone’s throw away from The Millennials Shibuya is Yakiniku Like, a chain yakiniku restaurant suitable for individuals and groups alike. Each table is equipped with a personal grill, allowing you to take charge of your culinary adventure. The menu boasts a diverse selection of premium meats, from succulent Wagyu beef to mouthwatering pork and chicken cuts, all accompanied by an array of dipping sauces and seasonings. Whether you’re a seasoned yakiniku enthusiast or a first-time visitor, Yakiniku Like provides a perfect blend of interactive dining and exquisite flavors. The welcoming ambiance and the aroma of sizzling meats create an unforgettable dining experience, making Yakiniku Like a must-visit culinary destination near The Millennials Shibuya.

Hakata Tempura Takao

Hakata Tempura Takao, originally from Fukuoka, is a dining gem, specializing in the art of tempura. With a menu curated to perfection, Hakata Tempura Takao offers a symphony of flavors through expertly crafted tempura dishes. The crispy, golden-brown tempura, featuring an array of seasonal ingredients, showcases the chef’s meticulous skill and dedication to culinary excellence. The intimate and inviting ambiance complements the dining experience, providing a serene escape from the bustling Shibuya streets. From delicate shrimp tempura to delectable vegetable variations, each bite is a testament to the restaurant’s commitment to quality. Tempura connoisseur and first-time explorers of this Japanese culinary art will savor the rich tapestry of flavors in every meticulously prepared dish at Hakata Tempura Takao.

Izakaya Masaka

Nestled conveniently near The Millennials Shibuya, the bustling streets of Tokyo unveil a culinary gem – Izakaya Masaka. This traditional Japanese pub invites you to a gastronomic adventure, offering a tapestry of flavors in a cozy and welcoming setting. Renowned for its extensive menu of small, shareable plates, known as izakaya-style dining, Masaka captures the essence of Tokyo’s vibrant food culture. From sizzling yakitori skewers to delectable sushi rolls, each dish at Izakaya Masaka is a testament to precision and culinary artistry. The lively atmosphere, marked by the hum of conversations and clinking glasses, makes it an ideal spot to unwind after a day of exploration. Whether you’re relishing the rich umami of miso-glazed black cod or savoring the freshness of sashimi, Izakaya Masaka promises an authentic and delightful dining experience, making it a perfect culinary companion to your stay at The Millennials Shibuya.


Chibachan is a popular izakaya that offers large portion sizes at an affordable price. Highlights on the menu include the karaage and yakisoba. If you’re searching for a lively environment to spend your evening and you want to try lots of Japanese food at a cheap price, then Chibachan is the perfect izakaya to visit for dinner and some drinks. Due to the large portion sizes, you may want to bring a friend to help you finish your meal.

Ramen Nukaji

Loved by locals and tourists alike, Ramen Nukaji promises an authentic ramen experience, combining rich flavors and meticulous craftsmanship. From the silky noodles to the flavorful broth and tender slices of chashu, each component harmonizes to create a bowl of ramen that transcends expectations. The menu caters to diverse preferences, offering variations from classic shoyu to bold miso-based broths. Whether you’re a ramen enthusiast or a first-time explorer of this beloved Japanese dish, Ramen Nukaji invites you on a culinary journey that is bound to leave an enduring imprint on your palate.

Oreryu Shio Ramen Shibuya Center Gaiten

Oreryu Shio Ramen Shibuya Center Gaiten is a culinary gem that invites you on a savory journey through the world of authentic Japanese ramen. Renowned for its delectable shio ramen, the restaurant boasts a rich and flavorful broth seasoned to perfection. Their Oreryu Shio-Ramen is made slowly and carefully cooked by simmering a large quantity of chicken bones and green onions, creating plenty of umami and sweetness for a mild taste. They also have Oreryu Jukusei Shio-Ramen, which is made by mixing chicken bones and green onions in a pressure cooker. Since it is cooked so fast, all that remains are umami and sweetness, without any hint of the smell of raw chicken. The ambiance blends a contemporary aesthetic with traditional charm, creating a welcoming space to savor your meal.

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