Tokyo breakfast breakdown: Camelback Sandwich & Espresso
This spot has become my absolute favorite. They offer exceptionally good sandwiches paired with great coffee brewed by Keitaro Suzuki (who previously honed his skills at Streamer Coffee). But let me tell you more about the sandwiches. Hand-crafted to order (because craft is the best word to describe it) by the trained sushi chef Hayato Naruse, they are the thing of beauty. My absolute favorites are the Lamb Bacon, served with dried tomatoes and fragrant coriander leaf, and the sushi-style tamagoyaki omelet. I also heard the seasonal sandwich with sardines from Hokkaido is legendary, but I haven’t tried it yet. My only regret is that they have very limited space, and the only place to sit is outside, on a small bench or pavement. Not the most comfortable way to enjoy your breakfast, especially in rain or in winter. I hope they will eventually expand though.
42-2 Kamiyama-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo