Ask anyone who's ever been to Tokyo, and there's a good chance they'll tell you it's one of the most incredible food cities in the world. Tchareon / Getty Images But with so many options from sushi and tempura to kaiseki and ramen, how do you choose where to eat? So we asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us about their absolute favorite eats in Tokyo, Japan. Here are some of their best responses. Richlegg / Getty Images 1. Daiwa Sushi (Toyosu) View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "This omakase was well worth lining up for at 6 a.m. It was previously housed in Tsukiji market but is now located in Toyosu Market." — mannytanny 2. L’Effervescence (Minato) View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "This restaurant serves Japanese food with a French flair. It comes with a hefty price tag, but the food is impeccable and tells such a beautiful story. Eating there is an experience, to say the least." — mariel4d240b0d6 3. T’s TanTan (Tokyo Station) View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "For the best vegan ramen in Tokyo, go to T’s Tan Tan in Tokyo Station (at the end of the underground Keiyo Street!). Everything on the menu is super flavourful and filling, but I especially love their Golden Sesame ramen with the dumplings or karaage (fried soy meat) on the side." — madalynh2"T’s TanTan is a veggie lover's must! They specialize in vegan ramen and soy meat. They also have really great curry, salads, and gyoza." — shang90 4. Pepper Lunch (Multiple Locations) View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "I lived in Japan for two years and I still have dreams about eating Pepper Lunch because I miss it so much." — Jackiebeadles1 5. Kyubey (Ginza) View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "They make all of the sushi in front of you, piece by piece. Everything is perfectly cut and seasoned. There are very few seats, but a meal here is an incredible experience." — lizhaught 6. Gyoza Lou (Harajuku) View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "Pretty much all they serve is rice and either steamed or fried gyoza, but it is so good! If you get a seat at the bar you can watch them make your dumplings." — nicolemarynv 7. Torikizoku (Multiple Locations) View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "This yakitori chain has a bunch of locations. You can order everything on a screen at your table, so there are no language barriers. It's a great place to stop for a beer and a bite to eat." — NatBeeeat 8. Ikinari Steak (Shinjuku) View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "If you're a steak-lover, don't miss this spot." — toycydg 9. Genki Sushi (Shibuya) View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "Genki sushi is the kind of place you might imagine when you think of a futuristic sushi experience. You order on a little iPad at your table and everything comes directly to you on a tiny conveyor belt. The sushi is good, the prices are cheap, and the experience is very fun." — tsherborne 10. Cafe de l’Ambre (Ginza) View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "It’s a classic old coffee shop run by Sekiguchi Ichiro, who is over 100 years old. He is meticulous with his coffee and ages the beans for up to 40 years." — varin 11. Ichiran Ramen (Shibuya) View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "This is the best ramen you will ever have! Seriously. You’ll want to order two bowls." — samanthaewilson. 12. Aoyama Flower Market Tea House (Shibuya) amandajane via BuzzFeed "It's a flower shop and a café, and it's so beautiful. I’ve had the French toast and rose bowl, and I can’t recommend this place enough!" — starfy17"The front of the shop is a beautiful flower shop with a variety of blooms sorted by colors. It's one of the most whimsical place I’ve ever eaten. I definitely recommend trying out their tea, French toast, and jelly parfait desserts." — amandajanel 13. World Breakfast Allday (Shibuya) View this photo on Instagram instagram.com When you want a break from traditional Japanese food, come here to try popular breakfast dishes from countries all around the world. — laurenp414c25519 14. Yakuzen Curry Jinenjo Yanaka (Taito) View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "If you want to experience real Japanese curry try this spot, but we warned, the curry is very hot." — katb4a1f62a3d 15. Ningyocho Imahan (Multiple Locations) View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "Their sukiyaki is legendary. It’s pricey, to be sure, but the meat is so tender that it melts in your mouth. Waitresses cook the sliced meat tableside in a thick sukiyaki-broth, and then you dip the meat and veggies in some raw egg yolk. It's unbelievably delicious." — sergias 16. Gonpachi (Mintato) View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "This place has incredible tempura and barbecue. You might recognize it from the infamous "Kill Bill" scene that was filmed there." — corit3 17. Coco Ichibanya (Multiple Locations) View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "This chain serves the best curry I've ever eaten. You can pick your spice level and decide how much rice you want to add." — jessc40e7904fc 18. Pompompurin Cafe (Harajuku) View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "This place is great for anyone with a big sweet tooth! They serve some of the best (and cutest) desserts! Additionally, their rice omelette is so tasty." — Sakura2349 19. Tonkatsu Maisen (Shibuya) View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "It's one of the best black pork tonkatsu and one of the only places I've seen serve Chabuta (tea pork)," — e437450e52 20. Tsukumo Ramen Ebisu Honten (Shibuya) View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "The cheese ramen and onigiri are unbelievably good." — lexybertramp 21. Flipper’s (Multiple Locations) View this photo on Instagram instagram.com "If you're searching for delicious fluffy Japanese pancakes, look no further." — daniellamaried Do you have a favorite Tokyo restaurant we didn't mention? Tell us in the comments below!