Quienquiera is an evening space, for quiet communion over a drink or three. Rather than a place for dining out, it is more a modern incarnation of the kind of izakaya where you snack as you imbibe, and where conversation is the main lubricant.
The highs and lows of izakaya dining
Name (J) きえんきえら
Dinner price range
¥3,000 - ¥5,000
Beautiful environment, gracious service
It's more bar than dining, but it's atmospheric
Drinks Beer from ¥550; sake from ¥700; wine from ¥800/glass, ¥3,000/bottle; whiskey from ¥750
Number of seats 50
BGM Gentle reggae or vocal jazz
Smoking No smoking
5-14-8 Shirokane, Minato-ku, Tokyo
6 p.m.-2 a.m.; 6 p.m.-1 a.m. holidays
Cash, Credit Card
Transport From either of the three stations, take a bus or taxi down to the Ebisu 3-chome crossing. If coming from Ebisu, go straight across, and you'll see Quienquiera on your left after about 100 meters.