3.7 km
Cafe Bleu

The real sign of Maruyama-cho’s evolution is that it now has a daytime presence, too — especially since the opening of Cafe Bleu. Glass-fronted and light-filled, this is the latest outlet from the folks at To-vi (Buchi,Bongout Noh, Kitchen Cero, Kinsai) and bears their ...

3.7 km
Don Ciccio

This is full-flavored, no-nonsense cooking that goes straight to the point, with no attempt at over-finessing. There is a good, compact list of Sicilian wines to go with it, including several by the glass.

3.7 km
Sumibiyakiniku Nakahara

Forget the stereotypes — Sumibiyakiniku Nakahara is no ordinary yakiniku barbecue restaurant. It is spacious and chic, with a stylish color scheme of red, black and silver. Extractor fan chimneys gleam with purpose. The tables are spotless and there’s absolutely no smoke in the ...

3.7 km
Sakai Shokai

Review excerpt: Sakai Shokai is not a place you are meant to stumble into by chance. If you’re not with someone who’s been there before, you need to call ahead and then try to navigate your way there.

3.7 km
Abasque

Abasque is one of the few restaurants in Tokyo to focus on the food of the Pays Basque in Southwest France. In recent years, the global spotlight has rightfully shone on the brilliant new-wave cuisine of the chefs in Spain’s Basque Country. But the ...

3.8 km
Shokkan

Shokkan ticks the boxes on just about all counts. It's got the look; the food is put together well; and there's no sudden shock at the end your meal. Best of all, it's a place you can take out-of-town guests -- or even send ...

3.8 km
L'As

One thing about the menu: There isn't one; at least not on paper. As at top Japanese restaurants, you leave it up to the chef to know what foods are in season and how they are best prepared. Lunch or dinner, everyone eats the ...