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Le Jeu de l'Assiette French / Daikanyama

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The Tokyo Michelin guide 2008 awarded Le Jeu de L’Assiette one star, recognizing it as an excellent restaurant in its category. They are known for their use of seafood, but one of the most popular dishes is foie gras with yuzu scent. Over 200 wines and champagne available, and be sure to check out the colorful Venetian glass chandelier that dominates the room.

Categories French , Michelin
Nearest Station Daikanyama
Address 2nd floor, 2-17-5 Ebisu-nishi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Telephone 03-6415-5100
Home Page http://www.lejeudelassiette.com (In Japanese)
Business Hours Lunch: 11.30am-1.30pm; dinner: 6-9pm
Price Lunch: 4,000-4,999yen Dinner: 10,000-14,999yen

1 Review for Le Jeu de l'Assiette


Dominic
  • Le Jeu de l'Assiette
  • (2008-02-24)
  • Le Jeu de l'Assiette is a small French restaurant located a few steps up the hill from the five-ways at Ebisu. The name means "the game of the plate" and it's quite clear that the chef aims to live up to the name of the establishment by being very creative in the way dishes are presented. For dinner you can choose either a 9 course meal for 8,000 yen or a 12 course meal for 12,000 yen. On a recent... Read More
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