Treat your taste buds: Explore Kagurazaka / Iidabashi restaurants.
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Kagurazaka / Iidabashi Restaurants
Kagurazaka / Iidabashi Restaurants
Savor flavorful made-to-order Italian dishes at Diritto. Launched in 2004, this cozy ristorante offers prix fixe lunch and dinner courses built around creative Italian recipes. It fits the bill if you�re in the mood for some delicious pasta (try the ravioli) and a sweet dessert. Diritto also offers a tidy selection of wine to pair with its meals. Diritto�s charming space is perfect for a romantic date. The dining room features linen-covered tables, cozy seats and gentle lighting. The restaurant�s space can also be reserved for private events (seats 10 guests). Diritto is open every day except on holidays.More
The focus is on Sicilian cuisine at Sicilia-ya in Tokyo with seafood taking a center stage in a rustic setting.
The menu at Sicilia-ya includes appetizers like lemon salad and the Sicilian set, an assortment of porcini and soba noodles, sea urchin bruschetta and dry cod. Main courses include pasta with pork and pig�s ear, ravioli of red shrimp, octopus braised in black ink sauce, braised pork with prunes and broccoli and tuna karasumi. For dessert, there is almond bianco mangiare a pudding-like panna cotta and more. Sicilia-ya has Sicilian vintages, grappa and other wines.More
Kagurazaka Rouge is a casual restaurant and wine bar that serves yakitori-style chicken and other traditional Japanese dishes. The restaurant uses high-quality meat cooked over a charcoal grill. The spacious dining area at Kagurazaka Rouge features counter-style seating, small rise seats and standing tables around 10 separate grills.
The menu at Kagurazaka Rouge features a variety of dishes for guests to choose from. Try the signature season of Rouge salad, liver pate go or Sagamihara egg soup to start with. Indulge in a special-made Soboro rice bowl or enjoy a wide range of grilled skewer options.More
We went here for dinner on a Saturday night. It is a small restaurant with a very local neighborhood feeling but the food was excellent and very affordable. The owner prepares all the food himself and also looks after the customer. Menus are available in Japanese and French. The restaurant is suitable for small groups and I will definitely go here again. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Ambra is a small and hidden wine shop. The location of the store is almost like an American speakeasy, requiring knowledge of where it is to find it. It is very difficult to stumble upon Ambra accidentally. This only adds to the mystique of Ambra as it is a place where people go to relax and enjoy wine from all over the globe. Ambra's menu is mainly designed to accompany a glass of wine or two, diners won't find anything too heavy here. Instead, patrons will enjoy small plates of various meats, cheeses and pesticide-free fruits and vegetables.More
Enjoyed the Shinsen dinner set. We enjoyed 9 different slices of the Kobe Beef and total of 9 plates included on the set!!!It was great to taste many different parts!!! Great meat and all of the other dishes too!! Enjoyed the Sukiyaki style Kobe beef!!! You can only find it here!!! Very new but great!!! Hope to visit again!!! Thank you to the staff!!! MoreOpenTable Diner -
World Wine Bar by Pieroth Kagurazaka is exactly what it sounds like, a large wine bar with vintages and styles from all over the globe. Throughout the week, patrons can come here and enjoy a hosted wine tasting where they can both try and learn about some of the wines that are sold here. World Wine Bar has red, white, blushes and sparkling wines as well dessert varieties like plum wine and port wine. World Wine Bar is equal parts store and tasting room, as guests can stop by just to pick up a bottle if they want.More