A Select Menu in Kanda Offered and a Beer Brewed with Pride


A Select Menu in Kanda Offered and a Beer Brewed with Pride

The emerging craft beer scene has a new kid on the block. SCHMATZ brings a select food menu and a top-tier domestically brewed German draft beer to Kanda. With a mission to become the “beer for the working people of Kanda”, the restaurant recognized the etymology of the word “craft” from the German “kraft”, which means skill or force, then adapted it for their beer Kanda Craft. An easy-to-drink and refreshing beer, Kanda Craft boasts a citrusy nose and finish. It also goes great with their thick, spicy tartar sauce that garnishes their German Tartar Chicken Nuggets. Another favorite is the Cotton Candy Pizza, which brings the festival to the table and has patrons licking their lips and ordering more beer. A great spot for a casual drink.

Address: 3-18-3 Uchi-Kanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 03-3527-1233
Opening hours: 5pm-11:30pm (Monday to Friday), 11:30am-11:00pm (Saturday, Sunday and holidays)
Closed: Only over the New Year
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Their “cotton candy pizza” is a crispy “flammkuchen” topped with cotton candy to create the next evolution in German cooking. With ginger and honey sauce.
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Their tartar sauce colored to look like the German flag, is fun to look at. “German Tartar Chicken Nuggets”
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German draft beer, the pride of their high-class domestic German beer line up. From the left, “Wunder Bier”, “Fernweh”, and “Hafenstoff”. Available in Medium and Large sizes.
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Both counter and table seats are available in a relaxing atmosphere with shining gold beer taps.

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