"l'art et la manière", an elegant French restaurant located along a brick paved avenue in Ginza, Tokyo. Carrying the meaning of "the proper way of guiding", the restaurant allows you to spend an elegant moment with cuisine that utilizes the excellence of seasonal Japanese ingredients and wine that has maximized its potential.
Mutsuki Hayata is the fifth chef. Studied at restaurants in Tokyo, such as "Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel" in Shibuya and "le sputnik" in Roppongi. While preserving the orthodox French cuisine, he develops a new French cuisine based on Hayata's worldview. He is particular about using ingredients from all over Japan, which are also "ingredients where you can see the producer's face". The course that uses seasonal Japanese ingredients, is exquisite and elegant, which goes well with wine from France and Japan.
For example, the specialty "Yamame no Matroto" is a dish inspired from the original scenery of the chef's hometown of Fukushima. The yamame that is nurtured by mountain streams is stewed with red wine or vinegar, and the combination of egoma leaves, umeboshi, walnuts, ancient rice, etc. adds a Japanese accent, and the deep flavor and sourness resonates with the five senses. "Tomato hoya", which is a combination of fresh hoya that is rich in five flavors, was created with the theme of a plate where you can enjoy a lot of tomatoes. Using various cooking methods such as puree, granite and powder, the cherry tomato "Lovely Sakura" of Tanaka Farm uses about 15 tomatoes per plate.
The interior uses white as its basic tone, with the private room that has a graceful design, exhibiting a luxurious space. Special menu for children is available if you consult when making the reservation. This is a restaurant that you would like to visit for anniversary dates, business dinners, and family banquets.
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A 3-minute walk from Ginza Station, Exit C8 (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line)