Hacienda del Cielo Modern Mexicano
Time Out says
Get Mexican food with added buzz at this hip ninth-floor eatery in central Daikanyama. A far cry from the kitsch decor you'd find at countless other Mexican joints around town, Hacienda del Cielo is suitably named – ‘place in the sky’ – as it’s all lofty ceilings, lounge-style seating and tall windows with views, with a central chandelier modelled on the Mayan snake deity Kukulkan (no, really). If the restaurant area is full, you can always eat at the bar instead, and the action spills out onto a spacious rooftop terrace when the weather's good. The food menu sticks mainly to familiar staples such as tacos, fajitas and arroz a la mexicana, all of which appear on ¥1,000 weekday set lunches, which are great value. If you're here in the evenings, you’ll pay top-dollar for ¥500 bottles of imported Mexican beer, frozen margaritas or – if you're feeling brave – a chili-laced Cajun martini.
9F Mansard Daikanyama, 10-1 Sarugakucho, Shibuya-ku
|Transport:||Daikanyama Station (Tokyu Toyoko line)|
|Opening hours:||11.30am-2am (Fri, till 4am), Sat: 11am-4am, Sun & hols 11am-11pm|