Ain't Soph Ripple

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  • smallbigjapan

    on Dec 31

    Vegan Life

    Being a vegetarian with a dairy allergy for me is hard in Japan. In particular when I'm eating out. It has taken a long time for me to find places where I can go to eat out, and the hardest thing to find was burgers. I'm not a big fan of burgers, but I do like one from time to time.

    Ain Soph Ripple is all about the vegan. Everything is vegan, organic, and (except for the cutlery) recycled. 

    They have a large array of burgers, soups, salads, side servings, pittas, and drinks that will tempt you. Their most popular burger is the Ripple burger for ¥1000. I settled for the falafel burger for ¥900. You can make all burgers and pittas into a set meal. Everything is cooked to order.

    They also serve desserts (tiramisu is the most popular), cakes and snacks. 

    The staff are also extremely bilingual. It's almost like speaking to a native. Well, the employers seem to prefer to employ bilingual staff to aim at the foreigners who choose to be vegans. Veganism is not so popular amongst the Japanese, and is often met with a lot of confusion. I believe even some of the staff lived abroad. 

    The menu is bilingual and grammar perfect, so there is zero confusion. 

    Its comfy and Cody, and it will fill you up nicely. 

    Ain Soph are a chain, and they are in the process of setting up more restaurants. This is the in,y burger bar that they have in their chain, so it can get quite busy. 



東京都新宿区歌舞伎町2-46-8 日章ビル1F

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