Treat your taste buds: Explore Nishi Azabu restaurants
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Nishi Azabu Restaurants
Nishi Azabu Restaurants
Lunch at L'Effervescence was my first Michelin dining experience in Tokyo and I will absolutely be coming back. Service from all angles was impeccable and great for first time fine diners: attentive, friendly, and approachable. The food is truly inspired, unique cuisine that blends Japanese inspirations with haute cuisine technique and presentation. Top favourites were the fried ayu in buckwheat crêpe and a wonderful Okinawan agu pork dish. Our sommeliers pick of champagnes, wines, and sake were excellent, and I gained a deeper appreciation of sake as a result! Unforgettable. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Le Bouton is a lovely cozy and intimate restaurant. We ate at the counter, which only has eight seats, and the chef cooked our food right in front of us. We had a fantastic meal, with fresh ingredients that were perfectly cooked. They were very friendly and had an English menu to accommodate our lack of Japanese. MoreOpenTable Diner -
The restaurant is on the 3rs floor of a side building. Great experience and food here. The chef doesn't speak much English, but the sous chefs can translate a little bit. Each dish was beautifully plates and prepared, with unique flavours and depth of flavour. I would highly recommend it! MoreOpenTable Diner -
Tokyo�s Al Porto is an ideal dining destination for superb Italian-inspired cuisine crafted with passion and knowhow in its charming and welcoming restaurant. The capesante al gratin scallop gratin and the cauliflower mousse with tomato jelly make sensational meal starters. Some of Al Porto�s specialty entr_es include the maiale alla griglia grilled pork shoulder, the spaghetti con ragu di funghi e tartufi mushroom pasta, the mousse di carota con ricci di mare carrot mousse with seafood rice and the tagliata di manzo with wagyu ribeye.
For the perfect accompaniment to your meal, enjoy one of Al Porto�s sparkling wines.More
Motsuemon is a traditional Japanese restaurant that serves a variety of authentic, traditional cuisine. The restaurant is divided into several private dining areas which makes it an ideal location for an intimate meal or a party. Motsuemon can seat up to 40 guests at a time and is a popular location for celebrations and gatherings.
Motsuemon is popular for its various hot pot options. The restaurant also offers a wide variety of wine, sake, shochu and local beers for guests to enjoy with their meals.
Love this place. Excellent server. Brussel sprouts, oyster mushroom curry soup, chicken shiitake and bbq beef dumplings were Great! Other dishes we had were, yes, of course good, but not special. The space and ambiance-- bar, patio, etc. -- are very appealing, but this is NOT the place for good conversation over a leisurely meal. Noise level is a personal choice, so that shouldn't discourage most people, but it's a major factor for us vintage models. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Kasumicho 301-1 is an upscale Japanese restaurant. The most striking thing about this high-end eatery is the interior. Kasumicho 301-1 takes nature and incorporates it into every aspect. The tables are long, community-style tables that have no straight edges and instead look as though they were cut from a single tree. There is foliage all throughout the dining area, from Bonzai trees to creeping ivy over the walls and ceilings. The food served at Kasumicho 301-1 is classic Japanese fare, with items like large fried shrimp, Ozaki beef filet and an earth pot with rice and pork.
Kasahara in Tokyo serves its food on iron plates in a stylish and relaxed setting that includes beds, sofas and a bathtub as part of the d_cor. The establishment features an intimate 28-seat setting.
The menu at Kasahara changes regularly and is a blend of French and traditional Kappo cuisine. Diners can enjoy beautifully presented food with an all-you-can-drink menu, fresh sashimi, a seafood cocktail, soups, salads and vegetarian options using the freshest ingredients. Kasahara offers cooking classes and is available for parties. You can also get Japanese sake, spirits like shochu and a variety of wines and cocktails.More
Classic French with Japanese ingredients. Interesting combination of ingredients and good portion. You can choose both a course menu and a la carte. ¥7,500 seasonal course is a bargain. Service is attentive. You can watch chef's cooking over the counter, which is fun and exciting. Good place for date night or small gathering with your foodie friends. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Treat yourself to a savory medley of flavors at Egosine. This elegant restaurant serves a fusion of French, Italian and traditional Japanese cuisine. Dishes are made to order, from scratch, using the freshest ingredients for flavorful results. The restaurant�s seasonal menu features creative favorites such as smoked scallops, sea urchin and roast duck served with a cabernet sauce. Egosine also offers a nice range of wine and champagne to pair with its meals. Situated within an 8-minute walk from the Roppongi Station, Egosine is perfect for business dinners, special occasions and anniversaries.More
Absolutely perfect from start to finish. From the bread and wine through all 6 courses, the food was inventive, creative and delicious. The service was friendly and attentive without being intrusive. Recommendation: sit in the counter area and not at a table to see the kitchen/food prep at work. This place will have a Michelin star at some point: it's that good, so go now when it's accessible and reasonably priced. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Spain’s culture and cuisine differs significantly from that of Japan, which is why Fermintxo uses ingredients and preparation methods of traditional Spanish cooking to bring these unique flavors to Tokyo. Just like food prepared in top Spanish restaurants, Fermintxo’s menu utilizes fresh, seasonal ingredients that are representative of the four seasons. An appreciation for nature, sun and soil results in quality vegetables and flavor-packed entrées. Enter Fermintxo through a rustic wooden door, and enjoy a contemporary atmosphere that remains true to nature through the use of dark wood beams, stone walls and plants. The quaint bar and private dining area make Fermintxo the ideal space to experience a quiet, romantic night out or a formal, celebratory dinner with a couple of friends.More
Futon in Tokyo serves yakiniku style cooking, which is a style of cooking where the guests cook themselves, with fresh meat carefully chosen from a supply network of producers
Start out at Futon with salads like seaweed and kimchi and dishes like Bibimbap in a stone pot. There are many specialty meat offerings like tripe, heart, sweetbreads along with shortribs and premium wagyu beef. There are two entrees that use thinly slice beef, yukke with secret sauce and yukke with salt. Both are ideal to pair drinks and rice with. There are also special dipping sauces at Futon to accompany the meats, vegetables, pork and seafood.More
The symbol of epicureanism in France Alsace, " Auberge de l'Ile".
It is a small restaurant started by Mr.and Mrs. Haeberlin near the bank of Ill river in lushly green Illhaeusern village, and it has been handed over to their descendants for more than 100 years. The good fame of the restaurant built by the strong family ties has been attracting many people, and in 1967, the restaurant received the highest rank of three stars of Michelin. The ultimate cuisine and gentle hospitality provided by the Haeberlin family attracted epicures all over the world, and it has become the well-known restaurant keeps receiving the three-stars for more than a half century.
" Auberge de l'Ile Tokyo" was born as the Tokyo branch of the restaurant in 2008.
Being a little bit away from the noise of Roppongi, the restaurant located in the middle of the residential are as a house restaurant.More
The very first sake bar to specialise on bio and sparkling sake. Featuring a minimalistic interior design and intricate lighting, twelv. offers a sophisticated gastronomic experience in stylish atmosphere. Book our signature tasting course (18:00 - or 20:30 - on weekdays) to savour a distinguished selection of rice wines (sake) paired with organic vegetables, perfectly conditioned cheeses and home-made umami-rich Japanese tapas.More
The name of the restaurant, "Restaurant Hiramatsu la Cave" contains our wish to be the place prepared for your special day.
It is a solitaly house restaurant filled with a relaxed atmosphere, like a small resort hotel in South France.
In 1982, a small restaurant with only 24 seats were found in one corner of Nishi Azabu. The restaurant "Hiramatsu-tei" was our origin, and was always filled with smiling faces of customers.
In such a memorable place of us, Nishi Azabu, "Restaurant Hiramatsu la Cave” was founded. The name of the restaurant contains our wish to be the place prepared for your special day - to make our special place become your special place. More