Cafe Michelangelo is a good looking cafe with a European feel that is always crowded with a line out the door. It’s located directly across the street from Daikanyama T-site. We’ve been wanting to try it for a while now, so I’m happy to report that we finally got to check it out. As the name suggests, the cafe serves Italian food so we started off with a minestroni soup and got the panino set. We shared three of their Panino’s: Focaccia Bolognese, Focaccia al Prosciutto, and Focaccia alla Caprese. They were all good but my favorite was the Focaccia Bolognese.
The food is good but the high-end location and the wonderful ambiance are what really attract people to this cafe/restaurant. It was not as cozy as I hoped it would be, but it was a nice place to grab a meal or to have tea on the weekends.