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Aux Bacchanales: Akasaka French / Yotsuya

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Right in front of the New Otani Hotel is this French open café, where you can take the time to appreciate the natural beauty of Shimizutani Park. It’s especially beautiful around April, when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom, so then it’s an extremely crowded restaurant. They also have seats in Aux Bacchanales, but if the weather’s nice, we recommend their open terrace, where you can savor the feeling of being outside. Their simple sandwiches and hotdogs are especially popular menu items. This cafe-style restaurant is also popular with foreign customers.

Categories French
Nearest Station Akasaka-mitsuke
Address New Kioicho Bldg. 1F, 4-1Kioicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Telephone 03-5276-3422
Home Page http://www.auxbacchanales.com (Available in English)
Business Hours Mon-Sat 10:00am-11:00pm; Sun 10:00am-10:00pm
Price Lunch: 1,000-1,999yen Dinner: 5,000-5,999yen
Occasion Good for Date, Group

2 Reviews for Aux Bacchanales: Akasaka


enigmatic
  • Bon apetit
  • (2008-11-10)
  • Excellent French bakery, and unlike its counterpart in Roppongi, the staff is very pleasant. The quiche is to die for, the baguettes are baked fresh every three hours, and the pastries are mouth-watering. It is very busy during lunch hours, so be prepared. But the views from the patio are gorgeous, especially in spring. A hangout for many Italian designers doing business in Tokyo.

Nico
  • Aux Bacchanales: Akasaka
  • (2008-09-04)
  • Aux Bacchanales is popular with the foreign crowd, and it’s easy to see why. As soon as you walk in, you feel like somewhere in continental Europe, with crusty bread, waiters with an attitude and tables overlooking the street. The food however was pretty mediocre, and so were the pastries. I ordered the lunch of the day, which turned out to be fish with cous cous and tomato salad. Something we... Read More

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Dedale
  • Aux Bacchanales: Roppongi
  • (2008-12-09)
  • If you want to eat French food at noon. I think it one of the most convenient places. It's not expensive. You have a good choice and portions are also good. You have a mustard at table which is delicious. I recommand it with some bread. You have also a terrace which is very enjoyable in summer.

maclock
  • Aux Bacchanales: Roppongi
  • (2008-10-13)
  • I eat here every now and then when I can no longer deal with tiny Japanese portions and I require completely inoffensive food. For instance, today I was not feeling the best and could not bring myself to cook. When I thought of nearby restaurants that would satisfy my immediate need for large portions of well-prepared but ultimately unsurprising food, Aux Bacchanales came to mind. Service was att... Read More

CC
  • Aux Bacchanales: Roppongi
  • (2008-01-02)
  • Given this French restaurant is located in prime Ark Hills, its popular locale attracts many bankers, hedge fund managers, Intercontinental ANA Hotel guests, and other working professionals in the immediate area for lunch and happy hour. To sum up this affordable place, it offers a value-for-money meal as well as provide a robust and vibrant lunchtime experience. My typical order is the fish o... Read More

Nico
  • Aux Bacchanales: Roppongi
  • (2007-07-16)
  • Aux Bacchanales bills itself as an authentic French-style brasserie together with being a cafe and a bakery. This is probably one of the few places where the waiters sport long hair and look as if they only shave occasionally if the mood strikes them that morning. To compound the illusion that you are no longer in Tokyo, the staff shout their orders in French to each other (un cafe si vous plait)... Read More
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