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Cafe / Bakery / Pastries / Desserts
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Lunch: ¥1,000 - ¥1,999
Dinner: ¥3,000 - ¥3,999
Try something different from the usual — crusty bread with a firm savory bite to it.

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Japanese bread differs from the styles of Europe, with a signature softness and fluffiness which you either love or hate. Recently the variety of bread in Japan has expanded to include harder bread types, and the best bakery to get your fill of it is Tokyo's Machino Parlour. From crispy baguettes and raisin bread to cheese rustique and ciabatta, this hard bread specialty bakery excels in its intricate craft. As hard bread doesn’t make use of fat from butter and is low in additives, the more you chew, the more flavorful the bread becomes. There are also pastries such as pecan tarts and fruit tarts for those with a sweet tooth. Machino Parlour's lunch deals include a quiche and coffee set. There are always two options: one a classic quiche that is available all year round and the other a seasonal one that changes occasionally. While the morning and lunchtime hours are not open for reservation, dinnertime is. All types of bread are still available to order in the evening, provided they're not sold out. The salsiccia is definitely highly recommended. Always crowded with people of all ages day in and day out, Machino Parlour is definitely a stop to put on the list if you're looking for a break from the usual bread of Japan.
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Machino Parlour Phone Number

03-6312-1333

Machino Parlour Business Days

Sunday
08:30 AM
09:00 PM
Monday
08:30 AM
06:00 PM
Tuesday
Closed
Wednesday
08:30 AM
09:00 PM
Thursday
08:30 AM
09:00 PM
Friday
08:30 AM
09:00 PM
Saturday
08:30 AM
09:00 PM

Machino Parlour Address

2-40-4 Kotakecho, Nerima City, Tokyo, 176-0004, Japan

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Over 14 million residents call Tokyo home. Functioning as Japan's economic and cultural center, it's no surprise the metropolis often appears at the top of travelers' bucket lists. Here, you can find everything from traditional tea houses to futuristic skyscrapers.
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