Other Articles

5 Must-Try Restaurants in Shinjuku Mylord

Aug 07, 2018

There are so many restaurants in Shinjuku that anyone would have a hard time choosing where to go. This July, the restaurant floors of the Shinjuku Mylord Department Store reopened after having undergone renovations. Today, we would like to introduce you to five restaurants in the building that you absolutely must check out!

Vegego (Korean Bowl Market)

The dishes at Vegego are filled with fresh green vegetables that are naturally appetizing. These dishes that will fill you with energy were inspired by food served in Korean markets. These Korean Power Bowls are made to keep both your heart and soul healthy with the best ingredients. You can customize your bowl as you like, with rice, noodles or original namul (Korean herb) toppings. As you can choose what combination of ingredients you would like, you can enjoy a different bowl each time.

Shinjuku Mylord 7F
Hours of Operation: 11:00AM-11:00PM
(Last Order 10:00PM)

Saodouhua (Taiwanese Café)

This is the first Saodouhua in Japan! There is usually a line up outside of this popular douhua (Taiwanese sweet tofu) café. The authentic Taiwanese flavor has been faithfully recreated at the Shinjuku branch. Enjoy douhua topped with plenty of brightly colored seasonal fruits. They offer not only sweets but Taiwanese dishes as well, so it’s perfect to go anytime!

Shinjuku Mylord 7F
Hours of Operation: 11:00AM-11:00PM
(Last Order 10:30PM)

Teppan Steak and Okonomiyaki Pasta-kan (Teppan Grilled Steak and Okonomiyaki)

Teppan Steak and Okonomiyaki Pasta-kan has a wide variety of over 70 types of sake that you can enjoy with steak, okonomiyaki (Japanese-style savory pancakes) and a wide variety of side dishes. They are especially proud of their sweets and desserts. You can take the whole family here, and everyone is sure to find something that they enjoy.

Shinjuku Mylord 8F
Hours of Operation: 11:00AM-11:00PM
(Last Order 10:15PM)

Coto-Coto Saryo (Japanese Café)

Coto-Coto Saryo is the sister café of Kagurazaka Saryo, and was designed to help your mind and soul relax in the middle of the big city. Women can feel comfortable going here alone and enjoying a meal or some desserts.
Their original healthy udon menu has all types of udon noodles, from Japanese inspired to Italian inspired, which are cooked at a low temperature in your own personal pot. Japanese sweets that are not overpoweringly sweet are served all day, and go well with a tea or green tea based smoothie.

Shinjuku Mylord 8F
Hours of Operation: 11:00AM-11:00PM
(Last Order for Food 10:00PM, for Drinks 10:30PM)

Shimokaido Asahizushi Honten (Sushi)

Asahizushi is an Edo-style sushi restaurant that has over 40 locations in the Tokyo metropolitan area.
The prices are reasonable, and the interior allows you to relax. In addition to sushi, they also serve sashimi, side dishes, salad and a wide variety of sake.

Shinjuku Mylord 8F
Hours of Operation 11:00AM-11:00PM
(Last Order 10:15PM)

If you’re hungry in Shinjuku, head to the restaurant floors of Shinjuku Mylord. There’s something for everyone, so you’re sure to find somewhere that suits your needs!

Location information

Shinjuku Mylord

Shinjuku Mylord is filled with a wide variety of trendy items and accessories, particularly women. There is also a number of restaurants and cafés inside as well. Along Mosaic Street, which connects t…

1-1-3 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Telephone number
Hours of operation
Mosaic Street: 10:00–21:00
Note: Excludes some establishments
Mall 2nd floor, 2nd to 6th floors (fashion) 11:00–21:00
7th to 9th floors (r

Show Details