Mr. Farmer // Yelp
セピア原宿１F, 4-5-12 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo 150-0001, Japan
Mr. Farmer was a happy accident while I was in Tokyo. My family and I wanted to start our day off early with some coffee so we headed from our hotel room in Shibuya to Omotesando to try Omotesando Koffee (found in this post). As we got there, Omotesando Koffee actually opened a lot later than I expected. Faced with whether we should continue on without trying Omotesando Koffee and head to our next destination or stick it out for another hour, we decided on the latter.
Of course, I had to figure out how to spend the next hour before Omotesando Koffee opens. I quickly searched through Yelp and ended up finding Mr. Farmer which was a short distance away.
The decor of Mr. Farmer was cute (as with everything else about Tokyo) and serves American-based plates. If you’re looking for Japanese dishes (ramen, sushi, tebasaki, etc.), this isn’t the place for you but I enjoyed our breakfast here:
My brother and I started the day off with cold-pressed juices since I was already planning on getting coffee at Omotesando Koffee. I had taken a photo of what the ingredients were but those were lost when I reformatted the memory card. If I recall correctly, it was a citrus-y juice. My brother’s was more of a green juice. They were both pretty earthy in flavor if you know what I mean. Like I feel like I’m drinking whatever was in there.
My mother had just a plain cup of coffee.
This was pretty delicious. My brother ordered this as his entree.
Carrot and Ricotta Pancakes
Mr. Farmer had a menu outside and I was sold on Crab Cake Eggs benedicts since I absolutely love eggs benedict. Why not try one in Tokyo am I right? As soon as we sat down, I reviewed the menu again and decided on the carrot and ricotta pancakes. I’ve never heard of such pancakes before or at least not in Hawaii. Crab cake eggs benedict in Hawaii? Yes. Carrot and ricotta pancakes? No, so my mother and I decided to give it a taste. It was…. different. In a good way. It came with syrup and it was light in flavor. It came with a side of potatoes and salad. The potatoes had rosemary in it which I have been throwing rosemary ideas at Charles for the last couples months (since then, he’s been making rosemary and lemon potatoes which I love!)
Overall, I enjoyed our breakfast at Mr. Farmer!
Have a happy Wednesday friends! Tomorrow is my birthday and Charles is cooking chilaquiles for my breakfast brunch so I’m super excited about that. See you all on Friday!
For more Tokyo posts, please check out the following posts:
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
Japan Photo Diary
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