Just like its name suggests, Mushroom Tokyo offers only dishes featuring mushrooms. The fungi used here are sent fresh from Katori in Chiba prefecture every day. The menu is a testament to the humble mushroom’s flexibility. Try a creamy mushroom and seafood rice gratin, a mushroom TKG (mushroom over rice with raw egg) or a hearty mushroom curry, for ¥1,200 each during lunch.
Come here for dinner and you’ll find appetisers like thinly sliced raw mushrooms topped with a drizzle of olive oil and a pinch of salt (from ¥490), and mushroom pickles (¥740). More substantial meals include crispy warm mushroom fritters (¥1,080) and a mushroom omelette (¥1,480). If you're with friends, we recommend ordering the Giga Mushroom (¥4,000), which is a mushroom as large as your face and grilled like a steak.
While many of the dishes here are plant-based, Mushroom Tokyo also offers a special multicourse menu for vegans (¥5,500 per person). It features a smoked brown mushroom dish topped with raisins and walnuts with a side of grated beets and soy yogurt, plus a creamy mushroom and sweet potato pasta, mushroom powder chocolate cake with mushroom gelato and more.