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Vegan means that the restaurant is completely vegan or has some vegan choices.
$=less than 1,000yen $$= 1,000yen - 3,000yen
$$$=3,000yen-5,000yen $$$$= more than 5,000yen

Chaya Macrobiotic Restaurant (Shinjuku)
macrobiotic $$-$$$

Isetan Department Store, Main Building 7F
3-14-1 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku

Closed in accordance with Isetan's holidays
(on a casual basis)

= Hiroko's Comment =
Teaming up with a famous HAYAMA restaurant, HIKAGE CHAYA, and its affiliate, LA MAREE DE CHAYA, CHAYA MACROBIOTIC presents foods with a kind of casual French style. It figures that even lunch, starting from 1800JPN, is a bit expensive. The dishes never contain any meat, eggs, and dairy, but they serve many fish items. I'm afraid that vegetarians may have limited choices at lunch time in that restaurant. The advantage is they have a variety of vegan desserts such as creme brulee, fruits tart, and so on.

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