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The Michelin Guide has consistently awarded more stars to Tokyo dining establishments than any other city in the world. I created this blog as my personal Tokyo restaurant guide, but I hope you will also enjoy reading it. If you have been to any of the same places feel free to leave some comments about your own experiences.



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Sunday, 2 March 2014

Bistro Quotidien, Azabu Juban ビストロ・コティディアン麻布十番

Bistro Quotidien is one of my neighbourhood favourites and though I've been several times in the past, I've never posted about it. When I had dinner there recently, I can definitely say that the cooking was the best so far. Really memorable, and great value for 10,000 a head with a decent Vaillons chablis.

Mind your manners with the chef though. He told off the ladies at the party at the adjacent table to sit down as they were getting up to take lots of photos (which I appreciated), and he flat refuses to split bills on credit cards. Not quite the 'soup nazi' but he's got potential. Respect!

Nodokuro (I think) tartare


The white asparagus with ham, truffle and poached egg was DElicious!


This sausage had an unexpected and amazingly yummy orange accent to it


Onion gratin soup


This quenelle/ fish wrapped in cabbage with crustacean sauce was scrumptious


Creme caramel - strong egg flavour and caramel made for a match made in heaven


Tarte tartin



http://r.gnavi.co.jp/exfk9j7j0000/map/
Tel: 03-6435-3241

1 comment:

Linda said...

The onion gratin soup looks mouthwatering, and the presentations are lovely. Greetings from Montreal, Canada.