Nestled in a back alley of Naka-Meguro
A renovated kominka provides a comfortable setting
Savor the cuisine of an exceptional chef
Close your eyes and imagine the sounds of the Ravel ballet piece, Boléro. A gentle, steady rhythm intensifies with a simple repeating melody finally culminating in a grand crescendo.
Inspired by its namesake, this restaurant seeks to unite producers, staff, and customers in a joyous harmony.
The stage on which the performance takes place is a cozy cafe within a renovated traditional Japanese-style house.
The first floor is an open kitchen complete with counter space and private rooms. The second floor provides seated tables created from materials repurposed from the traditional home.
To get the full dining experience, make sure to reserve a spot at the "chef's counter."
Hiromi Ichikawa's skills have earned him a number of Bib Gourmand awards from the Michelin Guide.
Fresh ingredients are sent directly from trusted farmers all over the country, including mozzarella from Iwate's Mitani Ranch and Kirishima black pork from Miyagi, all converging with inspiration to create superb dishes.
Simple techniques and an adventurous spirit result in a menu that leave diners perfectly satisfied.
They are also committed to offering wines that enhance the taste of every dish.
Sommelier has brought together a selection of approximately 80 wines centered on France. Customers can also order by the glass from three types of red and white wines.
That's yet another aspect to enjoy - choosing an excellent wine that pairs perfectly with your meal.