Cheesy Kansai mainstay Cheese Craft Works has finally made its way over to Kanto. Unsurprisingly, they mainly feature fromage, with three different types – fromage blanc, ricotta and cottage cheese – made in-store and another 20-odd varieties, including a rather nice mozzarella from Hokkaido, being sourced from elsewhere. This Odaiba branch has an extensive cheese-based restaurant menu too, so if you're looking to enjoy your dairy on the spot, try the ever-popular cheese fondue or go for the 'five cheeses and broiled sea urchin seafood risotto' for a bit of oomph to your day. Those preferring a sweeter take on cheese will want to know that Craft Works also have four varieties of cheese tarts. Sorry lactose-intolerant friends, but this is where we'll be spending some serious time from now on.
|Venue name:||Cheese Craft Works||Contact:|
DiverCity Tokyo Plaza 2F, 1-1-10 Aomi, Koto-ku
|Opening hours:||10am-10pm (last orders for food 9pm, drinks 9.30pm) daily|
|Transport:||Daiba Station (Yurikamome), south exit; Tokyo Teleport Station (Rinkai line)|