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Pointage Italian / Azabu-juban

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  • (2012-01-07)
  • A local Japanese friend first introduced me to Pointage and I have thanked her everytime I have seen her since. It is definitely a local favorite. Given its small alley-way location, you would have to be in the know to go. Despite it's seemingly erratic schedule, devotees line up to dine in (probably has seating for less than 15 people)or pick up bread to take away. The breads are interesting and FRESH. I almost hate to review it this well because it is so popular are yummy. I finally convinced my husband and son to have lunch there and we ended up getting one of the very few tables available. I don't know why the profile says English menu available because we did not have one. The staff is not fluent, but between hand signs and slow talking we were able to order. My husband and I had quiche and soup and my son ordered a few things from behind the display cases. The lunch is very affordable and delicious. The staff is as nice as they can be during a rush, but are nicer when it slows down. Try Pointage and try everything.

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