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Brasserie Viron Shibuya

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French: Bistro

Brasserie Viron Shibuya Description

Located in Tokyo, Brasserie Viron Shibuya is a charming French restaurant that offers a truly authentic dining experience. As soon as you step inside, you will be transported to the streets of Paris, with its cozy and inviting atmosphere. The restaurant is known for its dedication to quality, particularly when it comes to their baguettes, which are a true highlight of the menu.

One of the standout dishes at Brasserie Viron Shibuya is their Cassoulet, a traditional French dish that is a must-try for any food lover. This hearty and flavorful dish is made with white beans, various meats, and a rich tomato sauce. It is the perfect comfort food for a chilly evening. Another specialty of the restaurant is the Choucroute, a traditional Alsatian dish made with sauerkraut and various types of sausages and meats.

In addition to their delicious food, Brasserie Viron Shibuya also offers a banquet menu for special occasions. This menu features a selection of seasonal ingredients and can be customized to suit the needs of your party. Whether you're looking for a romantic dinner for two or a larger gathering with friends and family, Brasserie Viron Shibuya is the perfect choice. So, if you're craving a taste of France in the heart of Tokyo, be sure to visit Brasserie Viron Shibuya.

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Brasserie Viron Shibuya Overview


2f Tsukada Bldg. 33-8 Udagawachō, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0042


+81 (0) 3-5458-1776


7-8 minute walk from Shibuya Station:- JR Yamanote Line, Hachiko Exit- Ginza Line- Tokyo Metro / Tokyu Line, Exit 3- Keio Line, in front of Tokyu Honten.
5 minute walk from Shinsen Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: 9:00AM-5:00PM, 6:00PM-9:00PM
Mon: 9:00AM-5:00PM, 6:00PM-9:00PM
Tue: Closed
Wed: 9:00AM-5:00PM, 6:00PM-9:00PM
Thur: 9:00AM-5:00PM, 6:00PM-9:00PM
Fri: 9:00AM-5:00PM, 6:00PM-9:00PM
Sat: 9:00AM-5:00PM, 6:00PM-9:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features

Take-out Available

Reservations Accepted

Wine List



Private Dining Room


Stylish Interior

Brasserie Viron Shibuya Reviews

Brasserie Viron Shibuya Google Average Rating



Must try the sugar and butter crepe

Visited at 5pm on a Saturday just for the takeout crepes.
There was a lot of people, but thankfully we got our crepes after just a 15 minute wait.
We had the sugar and butter crepe and the caramel and butter crepe.
The sugar and butter crepe was definitely more delicious. The crepe was freshly made and still warm. The melted butter made the crepe feel more luxurious and the sugar granules gave it the satisfy sweet crunch.


While a bit on the pricier side, the food was very good. Please keep in mind that the main entree is meant to be shared so the price will reflect it.

Lots of bread was served that was refilled as needed and it was very good bread. I would wait for the meals or appetizers to have with the bread because it is served without butter or olive oil.

My husband and I shared some escargot and a boar/venison terrine both went well with the aforementioned bread, especially the sauce from the escargot.
Our main entree was was bear on vegetables and mashed potatoes. As game meat, I expected some level of gamey taste to the bear but the met was fine. It was in the thin layer of fat, so if you do not like the taste of game meat, you will want to avoid the fat.

Our companions had mussels in wine and horsemeat tartar. The horse meat tartar was interesting, they prepared it in front of you. Those traveling from North America would be surprised by the fries served with the mussels, it was a quarter of what we usually get in Montréal. They do offer you more fries when you finish.

Note about bears. Bears are a local cuisine in parts of Japan and not often served outside rural areas of Japan but you can still find it.
And at the time were were traveling, bears were problematic due to lack of food (apparently this year's harvest was not great) in the mountains and resorted to attacking people.


A bakery with delicious baguette. There is also a restaurant on the second floor where you can relax and eat delicious bread. It is always crowded, so reservations are essential. The age range is high. The atmosphere is relaxed and not suitable for a quick bite to eat. The clerks are also very laid back.

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