Japanese kaiseki tenshin lunch set, 3990yen. Full kaiseki lunch course is 7350yen, and dinner course is 10,000yen~. Quite famous place so reservation is a must, and you have to choose to start either from 11:30 or 13:00. There is no written menu and I’ve forgotten the waitress’ explanation….so just pictures. Everything is very nice. Quite a lot of food too! I still managed to finish 3 helpings of the delicious chestnut rice. The assorted appetizer plate is all cold food. The little red dish is Japanese wine. Dessert is nama-fu zenzai.
馳走そっ啄 (Chisou Sottaku)
Add: 2F, 6-7-7 Ginza, Chuo-ku
Chestnut rice, yum!!! It’s healthy too, so fish and vegetable centric. I guess it’s ‘value’ for bearing the Kaiseki name ^^;;
Yes yes, kaiseki is never a bargain anyway… ^^;;
They’re pretty for sure, you’re paying for the ‘art’. ^^;; When my co-worker and I was checking out your blog (this entry) he was going “oooh” “wow” “ahh” over the photos ^^;;
Haha, don’t people always say “Japanese eat with their eyes”? Your co-worker must be a vegetable-lover!