Top non-Japanese spots to eat in Tokyo: Deus Ex Machina

by Nano Betts
travelwithnanob.com

Tokyo is notorious for its unique concept stores and cafés. The space I fell in love with is this L.A.-esque spot hidden in the back streets of Harajuku which merges a hip café with a bar in the basement and gallery/shop (with displays of motorcycle and surfboards and clothing…) on the second floor.

If you like pulled pork, you’ll be in a right place.

Their perfectly toasted club sandwich was filled to the brim with shredded pieces of juicy pork with just the right amount of BBQ seasoning.

Beautifully cooked fries and pickles on a side is a great bonus, while coffee deserves a special applause!

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