Tapas and other Spanish specialties

If you’re in the mood for Spanish cuisine and especially a Tapas experience, then Camaron is a great choice. While a bit tricky to find, this small Spanish restaurant is always full.

With only 8 counter and 8 table seats, Camaron is always full with Spanish cuisine enthusiasts and Tapas fans. They feature a moderately priced menu and if it’s full, you can always try the Bar Camaron, the same ownership tapas bar located only a few steps away.

Camaron
Japan, 〒104-0061 東京都中央区銀座2-4-6 銀座Velvia館8F, Tokyo

Area: Chūō, Minato

Phone: +81 3-3432-7772

Open Hours: Mon-Fri 5:30pm-11:00pm Sat 5:30pm-10:00pm ; closed Sun

Cuisine type: Spanish/Tapas

Price: Affordable Fine Dining


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