Sarabeth’s in Tokyo

I know that gluttony is one of the seven deadly sins but I just could not help myself and wanting to order everything at Sarabeth’s. My friends and I had to wait about 30 minutes but the food was definitely worth the wait. 
I had the seafood cobb salad followed by the chicken potpie and finished with a classic turkey club sandwich. 
Usually food in Japan comes in smaller portion but Sarabeth has not only brought her recipes over but she has also brought the big American portion in as well. The potpie is bigger than a fist. As for the cobb salad, she is not stingy with the ingredients at all. 
As for the taste, all I have to say is that the food is properly cooked like Sarabeth was here herself and the ingredients are very fresh. The presentation is also great and I just want to eat more and more and more. 
I will definitely visit Sarabeth’s again to do coverage on their brunch menu. It is also advisable to go earlier during the day for its iconic dishes may run out very quickly. 

If you want a change from your typical Japanese meal, I definitely recommend Sarabeth’s.  It is located in Lumine 2 of the south exit of Shinjuku station, making it very convenient to visit.  For more information please go to: