Owned and managed by Californian Traci Concoli, the Pink Cow is fast becoming THE place for wine lovers to relax in over affordable drinks while ... More
Pink Cow (The)
Owned and managed by Californian Traci Concoli, the Pink Cow is fast becoming THE place for wine lovers to relax in over affordable drinks while enjoying delicious vegetarian friendly Californian and Mexican cuisine. Spacious, with three rooms, a bar and a piano, the Pink Cow doubles as an avant-garde art space for shows that change monthly. Delicious homemade guacamole and 'cow' chips costs JPY850, a veggie burger JPY1,300, while fried burritos come in at JPY1,000. The wines start at just JPY2,800 a bottle, JPY500 a glass. The Ravenswood Vintner Zinfandel is a steal at JPY3,000. As are the Friday and Saturday evening eat-all-you-can BBQ specials at JPY2,500.
I spent four months in Tokyo. During that time, the pink cow became a second home for me. The food, the atmosphere, the people, it's all great. The head chef and the owner, Traci, are great and friendly. The two american bartenders when I was there were hilarious. It's a great place to dine, and an aazing place to meet new people. If I miss one thing about Tokyo, It's the Pink Cow.
The Pink Cow Rocks. If you are in Tokyo, you must go out of your way to find this place (not easy, but SO worth it!) One of the hidden treasures of the City. The Chef, a brit, makes such great food, and the owner is such a sweetheart! Personal service, great music, and fab eating that is affordable. Hard to believe it is in Shibu ya! Any Ex-Pat that says they've never gotten hammered here is probably a liar. Any tourist visiting Tokyo should go out of their way to have dinner here. I can't recommend it highly enough. I'm hungry just writing about it. Five Stars all the way.
The food is outstanding at the pink cow. And the service always friendly and respectful. It's the only place in Tokyo where I've felt like at home.
The price of the food for what you get is second to none.
I walked into the Pink Cow in November 2006 and instantly was struck by the ambiance, and a certain feeling of the muse. It's been my second home ever since. Not only is it a place to chillax to eclectic music, it's a restaurant of exemplary food in western proportions (a rarity in Tokyo). The events that show during the month are a treasure trove for any creative heart. As a free art space it has many wonderful artists that you can enjoy while you munch on (in my opinion) the best burritos in Tokyo.
The proportions as they are, you are getting such good value for money, and there is a friday and saturday buffet which is cheap and amazing!
It's well worth the 5 minute walk from Shibuya station to the back streets near kodomo-no shiro, just to sample some of chef Andy's exquisite cuisine.
A must visit for anyone who wants great food and great conversation with interesting people.
great for birthdays & office parties, it's a little bit of everything mixed together in a relaxed, artsy-funky-loungy setting just like a living room. great buffets on Fri/Sat. and yummy weekday ala carte menu.
the cow reminds me of places I loved back in the east village, really cool, funky, down to earth and artistic, with excellent food, especially when you want to let your hair down after work.
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