Ann's - Turn left when you reach the Italiano and you'll see Ann's to your right. A very nice place with European and Thai dishes. We ordered the kids their Spaghetti and Burger and we ordered Thai food for us, which was very nice. Toilets were clean.
We heard recommendations on Africa House's restaurant. The recommendations said you can sit in their balcony and watch the sunset. However, we discovered that there's a building blocking the sun... So this is not the place to watch sunset although it's very nice place - Pizza is nice, milkshake was horrible.
Next to our hotel on the 83rd street, there was a nice local modest bar called Nylon Ice-cream Bar, where you have a chance to eat some special home-made ice cream.
It's also a good place to chill down and have a cold beer. local beer brands include Myanmar, Mandalay beer, Dagon and Tiger beer. I favored Tiger.
Next to the Nylon bar there is a more touristic-oriented restaurant called the Mann restaurant that serves a variety of Chinese dishes.
There's also a small place, right to the Nylon bar, which serves Indian cuisines. It's definitely not a fancy place, but the Chapatti there was just great.
On the island entrances, close to the horse-carriages port, there's a nice restaurant on the left side. It's very shaded and has a pastoral atmosphere. The food is very good, but might be a bit expensive compared to other Myanmar restaurants.
If you just arrived in Tokyo the first place to go is Shibuya. Just in front of Shibuya station you'll find the large intersection which is one of the most popular filming spots- once the crossing light turns green- the intersection is flooded by pedestrians. The best place to observe the passers is at the Starbucks coffee which is just beside the intersection.
Not a lot of people know that Japan was the first Country out of America to have Starbucks coffee shops – in 1995 Starbucks decided to license its format in Japan. Today you can find a Starbucks in every corner in Tokyo – but the one in Shibuya crossing is my favorite one. You can find yourself sitting there for hours – long after you finished your coffee and just staring at the passersby down the street.
Starbucks Shibuya is also very famous for language exchange meetings – and you can always find there Japanese people that are looking for foreigners (or as we are called in Japan – Gaijin="non Japanese") to speak English with. The coffee is the same known Starbucks coffee but if you want to try something new you should taste the Green tea latte (matcha green tea with steamed milk) or the Green tea Frappuccino (blended matcha green tea with milk and ice).