5250yen 4-course dinner has the choice of either: 2 appetizers+main+dessert, or appetizer+fish+meat+dessert. I had the later. There is also a 3990yen course which is the basic 3-course meal: 1 appetizer, 1 main and 1 dessert. The portion for each dish is slightly bigger for the 3 course dinner compared to the 4-course one.
Chilled corn soup.
Foie gras and roasted fig(+630yen).
Pan-fried “karei” flat fish, roasted aubergine, sherry vinegar and caper sauce.
Grilled baby duck with hazelnut(+630yen).
Pear Souffle and pear sorbet.
The food is not impressive but not bad in general. The roasted fig is really nice though the duck could be better. Many of the tempting choices in the menu have additional charges, like the foie gras and the duck. But the boring-sounding options without additional charges actually look good too so maybe it is best to stick to the basic options for better value. Tax is included and the service charge is 7%. Unfortunately the service is far from great – try to get the manager to explain the menu cos the waitress is not so helpful. Glass wine is less 800~900yen. Location is a bit inconvenient – about 10 mins from Harajuku station if you don’t get lost.
Menu(J): 1, 2, 3, 4.
Add: 2-31-7 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
Corn soup always reminds me of youshoku ^^;;; The course is pretty pricey (the glass of wine too), compare to Paris’s bistro’s courses.
Hahaha, now you have experience Paris’ bistro scene, you will probably find everywhere else bad value. ^^;;;