English Reviews (Reviews Total Language : 39 reviews)
“Nice service and nothing special food”
Ate there for lunch. I had the chicken slices (white meat) and husband had hamburger. Total cost was about $24. Salad with each was nice. Tables very close together. Lunch was crowded by noon but service was very fast and pleasant.
Visited April 2018
“Limited Wine Choices for All-You-Can-Drink”
We had an office year-end party here. There are many kinds of wines available as it is related to the wine shop downstairs. However, we had a small set of wine choices, sparkling, red, and white for all-you-can-drink. Foods are good. (Forgot to take a picture of dessert (ice cream)).
Visited December 2016
“Absolute a good place ”
We enjoyed a evening with friends and had a delicious dinner with pate salads wine snd steaks service wss vrry attentive snf joyful and we shall return
Visited November 2015
“Amazing food and lunch deal”
I cannot get over how AMAZING Le Petit Marche is! It's hard to find good French food on a budget, but they knock it out of the park. We ate lunch here twice. 1100 yen for lunch soup, salad, and choice of meat, plus free bread. The bread is freshly baked and out of this world, especially dipped i...n their olive oil. The wine list by the glass and 'happy hour' prices cannot be beaten either. My favorite glass was about 350 yen! Cannot beat this for the deal alone, but the food was also outstanding. Magnifique!
Visited April 2015
“Delicious and reasonably priced”
We had a delicious dinner here in February 2015. In particular the aged beef (we had part of the leg) was the best beef I've ever had. It was served with a charcoal and yuzu sauce, which was fantastic. They have an English menu available, although some of the items have changed, so our waitress expl...ained which items were still available and what the new ones on the Japanese menu were. I found the menus really charming - the pictures were actually drawn by our waitress! The prices were very reasonable - we spent 16,000 yen between three people. That included plenty of high quality food (we were too full for dessert) and a bottle of wine. The beef is aged on the premises - you can see it through the window when you're out on the street. The service was friendly, although when we walked in to ask if they had a table available it took them a minute or two to talk to us. In the same building they have a bakery and a wine store, which I wish I had time to check out. I wish I had a restaurant like this in my home town!