Ivy Place At Daikanyama

I went to Ivy Place at Daikanyama a couple of months ago with Alex and his parents. It’s one of those places which have very nice ambience – you’re surrounded by greens and it’s very peaceful. It really doesn’t feel like you’re in the middle of busy, bustling Tokyo. It’s a little bit more on the expensive side, so probably not something to eat every day but awesome for a weekend brunch.

Ivy Place is owned by the Tyson Group, which also owns Criss Cross, another brunch place I really like.

We sat inside, in a little enclave with lots of trees and bushes!
A peek at the menu.
A bigger peek at the menu.
Alex and his mum went for the Ivy Burger.
Alex’s dad went for the Herb Chicken Panko.
I went for the Miso Chicken and Roasted Eggplant pizza. A very strange but delicious combination!!

Link to Ivy Place here!

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Ann Jie

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