Rugby fans from all over the world will gather to Japan this month to watch the long-awaited Rugby World Cup, and with the sport being so popular in Australia, we think we’ll be welcoming in a lot of Aussies. Luckily, Tokyo is home to exquisite Australian dining that doesn’t disappoint. Whether you’re craving a high-quality burger, dying for an Australian dinner and wine pairing, or just need a break from the standard Japanese noodles and sushi diet, you can get your Australian food-fix right here in Tokyo.
bills was founded in Darlinghurst, Sydney, with a focus on serving simple, fresh flavors in light, healthy plates. Since Sydney, bills has grown into a global brand with four Tokyo locations across Ginza, Odaiba, Omotesando, and Futakotamagawa. The menu classics stay the same across all bills’ around the world, so all you brunch-goers can enjoy your favorite full Aussie breakfast (a standard Australian meal including scrambled eggs, toast, bacon, and sausage), smashed avocado toast, and the ever-popular ricotta hotcakes with a honeycomb butter that you’ll melt for as quickly as it will on the hotcakes. Favorites on the dinner menu include the prawn linguine, shrimp burger, chicken schnitzel, and wagyu burger.
Where: Okura House 12F, 2-6-12 Ginza, Chuo-ku