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Tam Lapin Description

Tam Lapin is a charming restaurant located in Tokyo, Japan, specializing in delicious bread and pastries. This hidden gem is a must-visit for bread lovers and food enthusiasts alike. The restaurant's unique feature is its wide variety of freshly baked bread, made with the finest ingredients and traditional Japanese techniques.

Step into Tam Lapin and be greeted by the delightful aroma of freshly baked bread. The cozy and inviting atmosphere makes it the perfect place to enjoy a leisurely breakfast or a quick bite. The menu offers a range of options, from classic baguettes and croissants to unique creations like matcha-infused bread and savory pastries filled with local ingredients.

What sets Tam Lapin apart from other dining establishments is its commitment to quality and craftsmanship. Each bread is carefully crafted by skilled bakers, resulting in a perfect balance of flavors and textures. Whether you're a fan of sweet or savory, there is something for everyone at Tam Lapin.

Indulge in their signature items like the fluffy milk bread or the decadent chocolate croissant. Pair your bread with a cup of freshly brewed coffee or tea for the ultimate breakfast experience. With its warm ambiance and delectable offerings, Tam Lapin is a true haven for bread lovers in Tokyo.

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Tam Lapin Overview


3-chōme-9-1 Botan, Koto City, Tokyo 135-0046


+81 (0) 3-6458-5022


6 minute walk from Monzen-Nakacho Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: 7:30AM-10:00PM
Mon: 7:30AM-10:00PM
Tue: 7:30AM-10:00PM
Wed: Closed
Thur: Closed
Fri: 7:30AM-10:00PM
Sat: 7:30AM-10:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, AMEX

Restaurant Features

Take-out Available


Tam Lapin Reviews

Tam Lapin Google Average Rating



Purchased Grapefruit Sage and today's sandwich (ham and cheese, egg). The grapefruit sage introduced in Matsuko's Unknown World looked delicious, so I went there. Even though it was raining heavily, there were about 8 people in line. According to Google Maps, the store opens at 7:30, but on the day I went there (Saturday), it opened at 7:42. Later, I read another review, and it seems like the store opens a little later on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays.
The grapefruit sage had an interesting balance between the sour and bitter taste of grapefruit peel and the chewy texture of the baguette. You can eat it refreshingly. Today's sandwich is huge. The sandwich also had black sesame seeds and potato salad. Black sesame is rare, isn't it? Surprisingly, rather than being stylish, it has a rustic feel that gives it a handmade feel.
The customer service of the store clerk is good. The staff also likes the grapefruit sage and recommends it. Rated 5 stars for good customer service.


Last time it was sold out due to hassle, so I visited again. This time too, there wasn't much left, but I was able to get the orange peel and walnuts that I was looking for. Later, I also bought bread with rosemary.
When I told them I was from Shizuoka, they gave me a baguette and melon bread as a bonus.
I received it at the company on the Shinkansen on my way home.
The baguette, melon bread, and orange peel were delicious.
The rosemary was good at first, but the smell of rosemary became harsh as I ate it. Personally, I think a little is enough.
Even including that, the reason why it is a popular store is


I've only been able to buy bread twice because I'm not good at getting up early, but I've had it delivered to me during the "Bread Drinking" event that starts in the afternoon.The bread set is assorted as the wife chooses, and the sizes vary.Mr. Tamura, who is particular about using Hokkaido ingredients, has Hokkaido wine. There are many different types of food and it's fun. It's a great marriage of exchanging delicious local information and interacting with the couple.

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