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Panino Vino
Panino Vino
Panino Vino
Panino Vino

Opened on December 25th, 2012 in Omotesando, this cafe/restaurant serves tasty panini’s. From the spacious terrace seating to the entrance way, chairs, beautiful tiled floors, wood ceiling and the nice bathroom, you can tell there was an excellent designer behind this place and no expense was spared. It’s hard to imagine how much all of these details cost but it’s not just beautiful, it’s also cozy. We visited this place on a weekend and they have a different menu than during weekdays (as most places in Japan do).

They give you a choice between two options for the bread on each panini you order, Focaccia or Ciabatta. We ordered the clam chowder (500yen) and the “Salsiccia Verdure Panini” which includes Italian sausage, grilled vegetables, lettuce, rucola and spicy salsa sauce for 1200yen on Ciabatta bread — mmmmmm! We also ordered the “Pollo lattuga Panini” which comes with smoked chicken, lettuce, rucola, and tartar egg on focaccia bread for 850yen. The clam chowder was more watery and different from what we expected but both of the panini’s had such fresh vegetables and ingredients with tasty bread so we enjoyed both of them. The service was also very good. We actually had to wait about 5 minutes before we got seated and they served us free tea. Definitely gets some brownie points for that ;)

PS: Panino Vino is owned by the same owner as AW Kitchen.

Address // 4-5-12, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan (map)
Phone Number // 03-5772-2896
Website // http://www.eat-walk.com/panino_vino/

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4 comments on “Panino Vino

  1. Hi there! I just want to tell u that I check your tokyoeats site every day. Lol I love the pictures that u take and the way u showcase the food and the restaurants through your camera lens. I really love the fact that this blog is in English . It helps alot for non Japanese speaking / reading person. I am traveling to Tokyo in march , my gf work there, and all thanks you this site , will will be exploring some of the cafes u have features. Really
    Appreciated that all the information are new. Thanks you so much. The map enable feature really helps us to navigate around . Thanks !

    Tanny Ong on
    • Thank you for writing such a nice comment! I’m happy to hear that my blog has been helpful! Hope you have a fun visit in March.

      maki on
  2. Your blog makes me hungry and want to visit Tokyo. Such lovely pictures!

    Sam on
    • Thank you!

      maki on

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