Treat your taste buds: Explore Yotsuya restaurants
- Restaurant List
Ristorante Italiano ANTONIO'S is celebrating its 67th anniversary this year. The current and second-generation owner, Giacomo Cancemi, has remained faithful to the traditional taste of ANTONIO'S. Antonio, a third-generation owner of the family business, selects our wines, and his sister Theresa presents the desserts. Tomato bruschetta, pizza, spaghetti alle vongole, and katsuretsu deep-fried breaded cutlet containing cheese made with calf rennet…These are just some of the items on ANTONIO’S menu that continues to evolve with the times. The taste of ANTONIO’S has been passed down from one generation of the Cancemi family to the next, and is like no other in the world. Come in and enjoy a meal with your family, friends, or that special person in your life.More
Restaurant M uses fresh, organic produce and other high-quality ingredients to craft its dishes. Head chef and owner Masanobu Miyake opened the restaurant in 2009. Restaurant M's menu is centered around the four seasons. Choose from selections like lobster and other seafood, as well as steak, vegetables and salads. Each dish at Restaurant M is artistically plated. There are also plenty of Belgian beer and wine selections to top off the meal. Choose from Belgian beer specialties like Vedette Extra White or Orval Brewery selections, or delight in a fine French vin rouge wine.More
Kuro is a casual restaurant that specializes in teppanyaki dishes. The restaurant uses organic vegetables and high quality meat sourced from trusted local producers. The dining room at Kuro is spacious and features a main dining area for a casual meal or more intimate half-rooms for couples.
Begin the meal at Kuro with a popular appetizer like seared beef, marinated salmon or octopus in carpaccio. For the main course, choose from teppanyaki options like beef tongue and the house special first stomach. The restaurant also offers an extensive drink menu for guests to choose from.More
It was my first time here but loved the experience! Yes, the beef is expensive but worth the quality! Everything was so fresh we were tempted to eat this raw. Its a cosy place and quiet and you get your own privacy. Definitely will come back here again! MoreOpenTable Diner -
Wadan Mushin-tei is a small Japanese restaurant. The restaurant itself is not very large, with only four tables and a six-seat bar for guests to sit at. Because of the intimate space, those that would like to dine at Wadan Mushin-tei are encouraged to make a reservation well in advance. Wadan Mushin-tei's specialty is seafood, which the staff here prepares a variety of ways. Some of the fish are grilled whole and served on a bed of nori, while others are cooked in a traditional Japanese hot pot. For purists, Wadan Mushin-tei makes some excellent sushi and sashimi platters.More