6 High End Delivery and Takeout Shops In Tokyo

Tasty Suggestions For Your Pandemic Food Dilemma

By Shelley Smith
April 23, 2020
#StayAtHome, Food & Drink

With schools still closed, office buildings shuttered and the variety of other limitations amid the unfolding coronavirus crisis, home is where life is at. One of the biggest influences to our happiness and sanity right now could simply be good food. Rest assured, if you live in Tokyo, you don’t necessarily need to go out to have a quality meal—let the quality meal come to you.

Here’s our selection of restaurants and bars currently offering their gourmet food to be taken home or delivered right to your door! Bon appétit! 

1. Delivery

Ilvinvino Okusawa

ilvinvino

Who doesn’t love Italian food—and for it to come delivered right to your door, could it get any better? Ilvinvino offers a range of entrees, pasta, main meals, and dessert, so you can get a luxury full course Italian meal without even heading out. Although you need to be within a 3 km radius of the store to be eligible for delivery, if you stay safe and practice social distancing, Ilvinvino also offers takeout options too. 

Hours: Lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Dinner from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. (Closed on Tuesdays)
Address: 2F Toyoshima Building, 5-13-12 Okusawa, Setagaya City, Tokyo
Price Range: Orders must be over ¥5,000 for delivery (Recommended for couples/families)
How To Order: By phone at 03-6421-2302
Savvy Picks: Today’s pasta and appetizer lunch platter ¥1,600
See the full menu on their website.

Le Marais

le mari

Bistro Le Marais is offering luxurious French dishes for takeout and delivery on UberEats. However, just because they specialize in top-end cuisine doesn’t mean you won’t find burgers and pizzas on offer. They are currently featuring takeout limited sandwiches on their menu alongside their other popular items such as bolognese pizza and foie gras burgers devised by the chef. Pick up orders can be made on the phone.

Hours: Weekday from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Weekend from 12 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. (Closed on Mondays)
Address: 1-25-12 Asakusabashi, Taito City, Tokyo
Price Range: ¥700-¥3,500
How To Order: By phone at 03-5829-8533 or UberEats
Savvy Picks: Beef cutlet sandwich ¥1,500
See the full menu on Uber Eats.

Hormone Suzu

horumonsuzu

Yakiniku (Japanese BBQ) isn’t an easy menu item to get delivered to your home, but Horumon Suzu has made it available in a variety of bento boxes. Other items on their menu include Korean bibimbap, curry, fried rice, stir fry, salad, and ramen too! All menu items are also available for takeout. If you’re nervous about calling up, Horumon Suzu offers orders to be placed from the Line App for both deliveries and takeout.

Hours: ​11 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Closed on Mondays)
Address: 1-8-17 Nagayama, Tama City, Tokyo
Price Range: Orders must be over ¥3,000 for delivery (Recommended for couples/big eaters)
How To Order: By phone at 04-2319-6603 or through the Line Delima App
Savvy Picks: Charcoal-grilled thick beef tongue bento ¥1,799
See the full menu on their website.

2. Takeout/Pickup

An Di Vietnamese 

andi

An Di is a modern Vietnamese restaurant that serves up quality Vietnamese and wine. Although their dining restaurant is closed during the state of emergency, they are still offering delicious takeout options over the weekends. Menu items vary by week but they usually include fresh banh mi, chicken rice, and Vietnamese curry. Orders can be placed via direct message or phone with your name, phone number, pick up time and order. 

Hours: Weekends only from 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. (Orders can be taken from 11 a.m.)
Address: 3-42-12 Jingumae, Shibuya City, Tokyo
Price Range: ¥500-¥1,500
How To Order: By phone at 03-5829-8533, or Instagram & Facebook DM: @andivietnamese 
Savvy Picks: Today’s banh mi ¥1,000 (Pick up only)
See the full menu on their Instagram.

Hatos Bar

hatos

Hatos Bar is an American grill created as a space where various people can gather and meet to jug a wide variety of delicious beers. During the pandemic, they are offering a takeout only menu which includes many American classics such as ribs, mac n’ cheese, and cornbread. If you bring containers that can carry beer, Hatos will fill that up with fresh beer off the taps, but they—of course—have canned and bottled beers to go too!

Hours: 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. (Orders can be taken from 10 a.m., closed on Mondays)
Address: 1-3-5 Nakameguro, Meguro City, Tokyo
Price Range: ¥400-¥5,200
How To Order: By phone at 03-6452-4505 (Pick up only)
Savvy Picks: Pulled pork sandwich ¥1,200
See the full menu on their Instagram.

Tokyo Whiskey Library

whiskey

The Tokyo Whiskey Library is a bar and lounge which has a breathtaking collection of whiskey lined up on the wall like library books for the mature people of Omotesando. Their takeout menu features a number of classy dishes which pair perfectly with whiskey but are also just as good on their own. Menu items include both pasta and rice-based dishes with a variety of influences both western and Japanese. 

Hours: 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Address: Minamiaoyama Santakiarakyoukai 2F, 5-5-24, Minamiaoyama, Minato City, Tokyo
Price Range: ¥780-¥3,480
How To Order: By phone at 03-6434-1163 (Pick up only)
Savvy Picks: Grilled smoked Yonezawa pork bowl ¥1,650
See the full menu on their website. 

3. Bonus!

Fine Dine Delivery Service

fine dine

Fine Dine delivers a wide selection of tasty meals, from daily dishes to extravagant dinners, from a variety of restaurants around the Tokyo and Kanagawa area. Their website boasts over 350 restaurants and offers its services in English. They give you plenty of options to choose from including Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Indian, and Western menus too! 

Hours: Varies according to the delivery area and restaurant
Price Range: Orders must be over ¥1,500
How To Order: Through their site/app 
See the list of their restaurants on finedine.

If you are a restaurant owner or know of a restaurant not on the list but is offering delivery or takeout services during the coronavirus outbreak, please feel free to contact us to get it listed!