Saturday, April 26, 2008

Les enfants gâtés - レザンファン・ギャテ


At the foot of Namikibashi Bridge near Shibuya is a restaurant with very French atmosphere. Les Enfants Gâtés gained the single star in the recent Michelin Tokyo Guide, and last Wednesday after I arrived at Narita airport, I went directly to my office, and then had a dinner with a French and an American struggling to stay up against my jet lag in the evening.
The course menu with their specialty terrine is reasonably less than 7,000 Yen. I chose salmon terrine and lamb for the main dish both of which was excellent. We relied wines on the most particular Frenchman who picked Saint Julien and Pauillac, and ended up with relatively costly dinner. An efficient way to take advantage of this restaurant would probably be to stop by late in the evening and sit in the bar near the entrance to have your choice of terrine and wine.

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