English Reviews (Reviews Total Language : 34 reviews)
“Classical french cuisine. Long tradition of quality. Set dinner menus offer great value.”
The set menus are ideal for business accounts. They provide a broad choice of starters, entrees (usually two), main dishes (one menu includes fish and meat) and desserts. Large sitting room with enough space between tables.
Visited August 2017
“A hidden gem of the Tameike-Sanno area”
A charming French restaurant which is great for smart-casual occasions. Good for lunch (I especially like the smorgasbord of dessert). Very reasonable dinner for the quality and service you receive. I like the size of the restaurant, not too big or too small. Just right to receive the appropriate a...ttention I need.
Visited August 2017
“Lovely French restaurant”
A lovely French restaurant near ANA and Hotel Okura. Make reservations before hand as its a small restaurant and quickly books up. There are courses to choose from, which are a bit pricey for lunch, but are flavorful and good portioned. The smaller course is an appetizer, main dish, dessert and... coffee/tea. This being a popular restaurant for the ladies, the dessert is a highlight as you get to choose two different options off the dessert cart. After all the rich dishes, you are satisfied and full. The atmosphere is also quite nice, while its small, it isn't too loud and you can have a relaxing meal in the hustle and bustle of Tokyo.
Visited June 2016
“Lovely Traditional French Restaurant”
We ended up going here on our first night in Tokyo because it was near our hotel and I was able to book it on OpenTable Japan. Warning that staff speaks just a tiny bit of English & menu is in Japanese and French only. Best if your "food French" is excellent. Staff and kitchen are very earnest and... hew closely to traditional formal French cuisine (including small portions). Sweet place though a bit difficult to find on a little lane behind one of the major avenues, but google maps saved the day.
Visited May 2016
“French bistro near the US Embassy”
A small Japanese-run restaurant within easy walking distance of the Hotel Okura and the US Embassy. Traditional French bistro food, carefully and well prepared, but following conventional approaches with lots of butter and cream. After too much Japanese food, this is a good place to restore the bal...ance.
Visited November 2014