Petit Delirium Tap Cafe: Nishi-Shinjuku
Petit Delirium Tap Cafe Nishi-Shinjuku: Belgian rest/beer bar

This mini-branch of one of our favorite Belgian beer bars sits at the Yoyogi end of Southern Terrace; convenient to Shinjuku station but sufficiently removed from the bustling crowds. And while the interior may be petite, you can enjoy plenty of fresh air out on the 72-seat terrace when Tokyo weather cooperates.

The food menu features excellent grilled platters with premium meats like Black Angus beef, Daisen chicken, and Tokyo X Pork. The mixed charcuterie plate is a nice accompaniment to your beers if you're not ready for a full meal, and of course Belgian-style frites are always welcome.

In addition to rotating list of ten beers on tap, you can choose from over fifty Belgians by the bottle, including seasonal brews and large-size special bottles for sharing. Reasonably priced European wines are available for non-beer-drinking members of your party.

Budget around Y4,000-5,000 for ample food and drink at dinnertime, or Y1,000 or so at lunchtime. The bar is open all day long, although there's a limited food menu during mid-afternoon cafe time.

Petit Delirium Tap Cafe
Shibuya-ku, Yoyogi 2-2-1, Shinjuku Southern Terrace.
東京都渋谷区代々木2-2-1 新宿サザンテラス内 
Open 11am-10pm (LO) daily.
Sun: Open Sundays


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