There are a plethora of dining options at the J-Town plaza. For this post, I’ll be covering Green Tea Lounge!
My parents used to take me to J-Town to reward me for good behaviour. I always loved this place — not too large, but it felt a little bit like a culinary playground with its amazing bakery, curry, meat shop, sushi stand, and mini-fish market. On this trip, we ended up scoring some amazing lunch specials at the meat market (WAGYU BEEF DON) and By the Sea.
Went back to Shiso Leaf Cafe recently for a celebration, only to find several upgrades to their menu!
When I went to J-Town the other day, instead of eating within J-Town itself, my mom and I decided to look at some of the other restaurants situated in the same area based off of recommendations from her friend. There is an izakaya, a ramen place (Niwatei), and Shiso Tree Cafe, a place that serves Japanese-styled Italian pastas along with unique flavors of coffee and tea.
I’ve been meaning to blog about this place for a while now. I always tell people to go to J-Town, and everyone always goes, “Huh? J-Town? Wuzzat?” So now, I present to you the bakery, market, cafe, fish store, meat shop, sushi place AND MORE that is J-Town!