Time Out says
Finding a decent, reasonably priced place for lunch can be a chore for discerning Tokyo visitors, especially in touristy neighbourhoods like Asakusa. Aiming to attract particularly vegetarians and Muslim customers, Sekai Cafe opened in November 2014 just a stone's throw from the Kaminarimon. The fusion menu, which includes everything from sandwiches to steak, is put together with 100% halal ingredients, and those looking for meat-free options will find plenty to choose from as well. Lunch sets are around ¥1,000, everyone on the staff speaks English, and free Wi-Fi is available. If you've just landed in Tokyo, Sekai Cafe is a great place to find your bearings and fill up before heading out on your city adventure.
1-18-8 Asakusa, Taito-ku
|Transport:||Asakusa Station (Asakusa, Ginza, Tobu lines)|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu, Sun 10.30am-8pm daily (last food orders 7pm), Fri, Sat, day before hols 10.30am-10pm (last food orders 9pm)|