English Reviews (Reviews Total Language : 15 reviews)
“a very nice lunch”
First, we could make a reservation on Open Table, yay! The menu is in French (course titles only) and Japanese (descriptions) but the dishes were familiar to us, so no problem. Professional service, the meal was nicely paced, and the food quite tasty. Lunch is a bargain (can't speak to dinner), thou...gh extra charges did add up. A nice alternative for a break from Japanese food.
Visited April 2019
“Probably Tokyo's tastiest cassoulet!”
This unpretentious, architecturally imminently forgettable little hole-in-the-wall is tucked away on the second floor of an utterly nondescript building in the slightly sleazy, foreigner-thick Azabu Juban district, above a pastry shop. The interior is fundamental and simple, with only about 20 minim...ally comfortable seats in total. Accordingly, reservations should be made just to make sure you get a table when you arrive. The young staff there is quiet yet conventionally agreeable, with minimum professional polish but a gracious, low-key eagerness to please. The reasonaly priced dinners are served in a choice of table d'hote line-ups, but Quotidien's excellent cassoulet and choucroute are the reasons for its steady popularity. There is absolutely nothing fancy about this place, and when you leave, the lifeless Chef Sudo, who presides in the kitchens, wanders out speechlessly to bow a somber farewell. Non-Japanese patrons are unfailingly impressed with how authentic the cassoulet and choucroute taste.
Visited December 2013