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“Quality has declined unfortunately.”

Eggs 'n Things Harajuku
Ranked #97 of 8,971 Restaurants in Shibuya
Price range: USD 9 - USD 18
Cuisines: American, Hawaiian
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Dining options: Breakfast
Neighbourhood: Shibuya, Harajuku, Ebisu
Description: Since first appearing in Hawaii in 1974, Eggs ’n Things has been a popular casual restaurant for locals and worldwide international tourists visiting Hawaii. Our concept is “All Day Breakfast.” You can enjoy tasty and generous breakfast not only in the morning but also for lunch and dinner. In addition to the “big breakfast” menu, consisting mainly of a la carte dishes, in the restaurant in Japan you can also enjoy the mood of Hawaii with “loco” food and drinks for dinnertime.
Reviewed 6 April 2018

Had brunch there on Saturday. Been there once a year ago but have to say the quality has significantly dropped. Pancakes were quite hard, eggs not consistent and corn beef was too dry. I recalled the quality being so much better the last time I went that we even ordered extra, but not this time. Either way the queue was very long. Expect at least 30 minutes wait on weekends.

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Thank Eric L
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Reviewed 28 March 2018 via mobile

We ordered eggs benedict with bacon and spinach. The eggs we cooked perfectly. The spinach was cooked in butter and thats all it tasted of, it was also most stems. The bacon was cut up into small pieces and was very fatty.
We also ordered French toast with fresh berries to share. The french toast was just one big piece but came with a big lump of butter on it. We removed what we could of butter but a lot had soaked into the bread. There was also very little fruit, which was not fresh. It was clearly frozen berries with a few pieces of banana.
We were really looking forward to eating here and got up early to beat the ques. We were very disappointed. The best thing about our experience was the coffee. Not worth the hype!!

Thank AnneMarie L
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Reviewed 1 February 2018 via mobile

Love it! Breakfast all day, wide selection. Food was great and staff is nice. Also English menu which is a nice feat.

Thank blorkarn
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Reviewed 28 January 2018 via mobile

Popular breakfast joint .. expect a queue of 20min on average. Close to the Harajuku station and easy to find. Great place if you are craving eggs benny or pancakes!! Vegetarian breakfast options as well.

Thank Jennifer M
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Reviewed 22 September 2017 via mobile

This restaurant was suggested by a good friend who had organised out Japan tour and we were so glad we visited this place for lunch. After walking around Tokyo , this was the perfect place to crash and have a heavenly lunch.The place seems popular hence there is waiting and you have to queue up for a couple for minutes while you can decide your order.The staff understand English and the service is quick. Food was really delicious and I would highly recommend this place.Iced coffee was yummy!

Thank akanksha k
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