El Primo de Danjo

El Primo de Danjo offers the finest in authentic Spanish cuisine while also providing an inviting atmosphere that includes a well-stocked bar and a wine menu that rivals any in Tokyo. The chef has created a revolutionary bio & vegetable menu, which has resulted in a collaboration with a famous Japanese food coordinator. Produced by Mr. Danjo, the primary promoter of the Spanish culture boom in Japan, the restaurant is like an oasis of warmth in Tokyo, with an interior that is well suited for fashionistas, as well as those who prefer more relaxed surroundings. The comfortable chairs and warm lighting, instill a sense of calm that is compelling, thus making it a perfect spot for groups, or even those moments when you prefer to dine alone. El Primo de Danjo is also famous for its delicious homemade bread that uses only the finest flour and its Iberico Croquette (300), a fine mix of Iberico ham and B'echamel sauce. The average dinner costs around 4,000 per person (no table charge) and the daily menu includes up to 30 different selections. They also offer a flexible party plan, with buffet, pinchos or course menu style available. If your desire is a blend of sophistication, good taste and a relaxed environment, El Primo de Danjo should be first on your list.

Address: 東京都渋谷区広尾1-11-2
Access: On the Meiji street between Ebisu & Hiroo, / 7 min. Walk from JR Ebisu Sta.
1-11-2 Hiroo, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Telephone: 03-5447-5553 (please mention JAPAN for making reservations)
Hours: Lunch: 11:30am - 4pm, Mon - Sat: 6pm - 12am(LO 11:30pm), Sun & Hols: 4pm - 10pm (LO 9pm)
Closed On:
Seating: Total Seat-36 / For 1 group - till 20 / Standing - till 40