Maybe one of my favorite places to eat, and always an option when a friend tells me regarding our meeting place, “Oh anywhere in Tokyo is fine.” In one of Tokyo’s nicer neighborhoods, the prices reflect that and might seem a bit much for a salad served in a recyclable plastic bowl with a plastic fork. But with comfy seating (blankets to use for when it’s cold) and wide open windows to take in the quiet surroundings, it’s a nice place to take a break from the bustle of the city. I’ve seen it busy, but not so much that I felt I had to rush. As for the food, it is all fresh, and each salad is packed with goodies. I think the first one I tried had chicken, feta cheese, apple, raisins, nuts, etc, and you can choose among a few dressings or even make a completely customized salad. The menu is in English too, and according to their website they do takeout and delivery too (through finedine.jp and ubereats).
Location: Ebisu (map), also in Azabu-juban, Roppongi