Owner-chef Koji Sato spent many years in Europe, working and traveling from Milan to London to Lisbon. Though he never actually lived or trained there, he has put together a remarkably extensive Portuguese menu, ranging from simple fishermen's fare to the hearty, meaty hot-pots of the rustic inland regions.
Cristiano’s: A taste of Portugal in Tokyo’s backstreets
Name (J) クリスチアノ
Dinner price range
¥5,000 or more
Spacious seating, tasty cooking, great value for money.
Too bad those "outside" tables aren't really.
Drinks Beer from ¥500; aperitifs from ¥500; wine from ¥450/glass, ¥1,800/bottle; digestifs from ¥500.
Number of seats 26, plus 8 at the counter and 4 on the "terrace."
BGM Fado and Portuguese folk music.
Smoking Smoking permitted
Pretty Pine Bldg. 1F, 1-51-10 Tomigaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Tues.-Sat. 6 p.m.-3 a.m. (last order 1:30 a.m.); Sun. and holidays 6 p.m.-midnight. (last order 11 p.m.); closed Mon.
Cash, Credit Card
Transport From Yoyogi-Koen Station (Exit 1), turn left, then take the first side street to the right (opposite the Lawson convenience store). Turn left at the far end of the street and you will see Cristiano's on your right straight away.