This small, tony restaurant specializing in creative French cuisine is one of several on the top two floors of the Marunouchi Building (called Maru Biru by locals), located on the Marunouchi (west) side of Tokyo Station. Sweeping views make it a dining hot spot (reserve one of the few coveted window seats), as do an extensive wine list and a changing French/Japanese menu that might include such entrees as roast lamb with shiitake mushrooms, pork filet in a red-wine sauce, or fish of the day. It's also a great spot for lunch, but note that the rather bare dining room fails to absorb the constant chatter of this popular venue. Other restaurants on the two floors serve shabu-shabu, sushi, tempura, and kaiseki, as well as Italian, Thai, French, and Chinese cuisines. There are many more inexpensive eateries in the basement.
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- tel: 03/5220-4011
- 2-4-1 Marunouchi
- Marunouchi Building, 35th floor
- Daily 11am-2:30pm and 5:30-11:30pm (last order)
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