For both lunch and dinner, this French restaurant, whose name means "sketch," only offers imaginative course meals prepared by their French chef. The cost varies depending on how many dishes are used in the course. There is no menu on any of the tables; instead, a drawing drawn by the chef depicting the restaurant's menu options can be seen. Enjoy their picture-perfect meals, which range from appetizers to main courses.
Shrimp enthusiasts come here for their delectable dishes featuring crustaceans from all over the country. Lobsters, spiny lobsters, tiger prawns, glass shrimp, and even the "elusive" higoromo shrimp are only a few of the more than 15 varieties available. The [Shrimp Fry Sandwich (3 cuts for 680 JPY, six cuts for 1,280 JPY)], a sandwich made with a shrimp cutlet, is the most common item on the menu. They serve fish appetizers, salad, and some meat dishes, of course. You can even order meals to go if you're in a rush!
This Italian restaurant's name means "new scent." Their dishes are prepared in such a way that you are immediately enveloped in their exquisite aroma as they arrive at your table. Unagi (eel) that has been steamed and then smoked over cherry tree woodchips is one of their regular appetizers that people look forward to.
The menu only offers course meals, but they have lots of fragrant delicacies like the [Anago no Koso Mushi Fresh Tomato no Kaori] (steamed eel and herb with a tomato scent) and the [Yaki Taraba-Gani no Salad Aroma Fresca Style] (grilled red king crab salad done in an Aroma Fresca style).
The dishes served in this Japanese restaurant incorporate the four seasons' gifts in uniquely Japanese ways. Within, there are semi-private and private rooms with seating for 2 to 6 guests and counter seats where you can watch the chef prepare your food.
You will enjoy Kyoto-style Kaiseki cuisine (Japanese banquet cuisine with alcohol) here, where the authentic umami (Japanese savoury taste) of the seasonal ingredients is emphasized. The [Donabe Gohan], a hot pot of rice with ingredients like wholesome in-season vegetables and seafood that are all simmered together, is their speciality.
This is a Japanese restaurant that serves [Kuzushi Kaiseki], a meal that mixes Kaiseki (traditional Japanese course cuisine with tea) with soba, sushi, and other delicacies. [Kuzushi Kaiseki] is an unusual and non-stereotypical feast that honours the Japanese culture from which it arose.
The restaurant offers inventive menus that include dishes from Western and Chinese cuisines that are seldom seen in a typical Kaiseki course, such as the popular [Aburi Zushi], which uses a mixture of fresh ingredients and a scorching technique to remove the meat's umami.
You will eat Spanish, Italian, and a variety of other cuisines here! You can relax in one of their private quarters, divided by curtains and equipped with TVs and DVD players, and are suitable for parties. The [Seafood Paella] is their speciality, and it's an umami overdose of seafood!
The [Seafood Paella] is their speciality, and it's an umami overdose of seafood! Their all-you-can-drink courses (4,000 JPY plus tax or 5,000 JPY plus tax) are strongly recommended, as they contain a variety of paellas made with various ingredients. Another dish worth trying is their [Domestic Fresh Vegetable Bagna Cauda (1,300 JPY plus tax)], which is served with a rich anchovy and garlic-flavoured sauce.