Time Out says
Lapaz originally opened as a lifestyle shop dealing in furniture, sundries and artwork while putting on a variety of workshops, but transformed into a restaurant serving organic and vegan grub in 2014. Using only organic produce procured from the most reliable sources, the restaurant even makes sure to offer chemical-free condiments. In early 2017, they overhauled their menu (and opening times), and now serve a selection of 'vegan junk food', including veggie fries, avocado- and soy-filled burgers and tofu croquettes.
Harajuku New Royal Bldg 1F No. 15, 3-38-11 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
|Transport:||Gaienmae Station (Ginza line)|
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun 11am-7pm (last orders for food 6pm, drinks 6.30pm) / closed Mon|
Users say (3)
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Hands down, our favorite restaurant in Tokyo! Delicious vegan menu with gluten free options. They have some very unique veggie burger options that come with an assortment of sides. We also had their curry and a salad. Everything was excellent. Gorgeous location. Friendly, English speaking staff. The chef even came out to chat and check on our food. They even gave us vegan recommendation for our next stop in Kyoto. Don't miss this place if you're looking for vegan food in Tokyo!
Absolutely adore this restaurant. One of the best vegan spots in Tokyo with a great great atmosphere and wonderful service.
I was there yesterday. The interior and atmosphere are great.
But the service wasn't. I was ordered Avocado & Soy fillet x brown rice. The waitress told me that they sold out soy fillet and veggie fries, and asked me if I am ok to have vegburger without them. I said ok, because I was sure they will make a discount. But they charged me 1000 yen. And I think it is the way expencive for vegburger only.
On photos you can compare how the portion looks om the menu vs what I got.