Gamer best restaurants in Japan

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Something people say you can’t really go wrong but actually that’s not true: Yoshinoya is not recommended, go to Matsuya instead.  Gogo and Joto curry are popular and it’s a wonder why.  This page will get an update as there are many wonderful places to eat, so please enjoy the first set.  Note that the cafes are really just places to rest at, not purveyors of fine cuisine (no matter what good pics you see), and theme cafes are for the theme experience.

Low Budget Spending

Matsuya

Yoshinoya

Denny’s

Coco ichi Halal Curry House

Excelsior Caffe

Saizeriya

Standing Sushi

Medium Budget Spending

Onihei

Sakachan-chi

Evangelion Bar

Square Enix Eateries

Gyukatsu

Tsukiji Market

Maid Cafes

Neko Cafes

Ichiran Ramen

Mutekiya Ramen

Kushikatsu Daruma

Kani Doraku

Good Smile Animate Cafe

Vampire Cafe

Alice Cafe

Alcatraz

Ninja Asakusa

HUB

High Budget Spending

Matsusaka M

Kobe511

Hamayu at the Grand Nikko

Heijouen

Zero budget spending

If you want to eat really cheaply, check out these tips.

FGC recommendations

 

@PLUCKCURRY   is actually an Indian style curry house, with a branch in Akiba.
https://twitter.com/kips913406/status/1017346060522405888
Red Rock Cafe M
Kikanbo Ramen

Nidaime Budoka

Yokohama style Ramen. Unlimited refill rice is only 50 yen! It’s guaranteed to fill you up.
In Nakano Station, 1 block away from where the Red Bull Gaming Sphere venue is. Just tell them the pro gamer from Chile sent you xD
Does not accept credit cards
nidaime budoka

 

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