Lunch at Who's Food's (Shibuya)

This was the day we were going to DisneySea! 😍 We had planned to wake up early but our body clock had other plans. So we left our hotel about 10am, and along our way to the Shibuya train station there was plenty of eateries and cafes. Since we had yet to eat, it was decided that we have brunch and we choose this really interesting place that was located in the basement - Who's Food's.

Who's Food's (Shibuya)
Who's Food's (Shibuya)

There was not much of crowd, so we were quickly ushered in and seated. The chandeliers and hanging lights, along with the bar area gave Who's Food's decor a club-like feel; it was a refreshing dining environment.

Who's Food's club-like decor
Who's Food's club-like decor

The menu was soon presented to us and the prices were pretty reasonable. The food served is pretty international with Japanese, Chinese, Korean, South Eastern, European, American, and even Mexican dishes. 

The various promotions
The various promotions
House specialties
House specialties
It can't really be said to be fusion, but rather a choice to mix and match the dishes. Here is the food we ordered:

Bibimbap (Korean Mixed Rice):
Bibimbap (Korean Mixed Rice): M had this and it was no too bad according to her. The portion was also quite generous.
A cuppa to go with her rice
A cuppa to go with her rice
Soup & Salad: I opted for the Hamburg rice set which came with a soup and salad. It was quite delectable. 😋
Hamburg rice set
Hamburg rice set: A meat patty with an egg on top, along with fried chicken and a fried prawn. It was a very satisfying meal.
Melon Soda
Melon Soda: As nice as it's name sounded, it ended up tasting like cough syrup. 😖
Banana French Toast: It was nice but unfortunately M couldn't eat anymore and I had to finish the whole thing, or at least I attempted to. 😅
Walking the streets of Shibuya
Walking the streets of Shibuya to the train station after our meal

Verdict: Definitely worth a try if you are in the Shibuya area! 👍👍👍

Who's Food's (Shibuya)
Address: 1-22-9 Jinnan, Shibuya, Tokyo Prefecture

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