Relais Verdun

8,200 円 〜
/ 人
  • 記念日サービス

Hideaway French Restaurant with careful work and good taste.

1 minute by walk from Keihan Main Line Sanjyo exit 12, which is easy to stop by when walking around Okazaki. Kamogawa on the side, go into the alley and go further down the dead end. There is no way to step on foot unless you know it, it is just like the hideout Petit French restaurant.
A smile flashes on the face, unintentionally, when you see its pretty appearance. There are 12 seats in the restaurant. Interior is decorated in warm colors, you can relax and have a good meal.
The name of the restaurant Verdun is the name of a town in France where Chef Sakamoto spent most of his training period. He is good at foie gras dishes, such as White Rossini style of fishes which rap foie gras by red snapper or sea bass, and Scatter truffle, and Saute with juicy foie gras while the outside is crispy and fluffy inside. Those are excellent dishes that I strongly recommend you to eat. Dishes are very filling and use many kinds of ingredients, so you can enjoy Esprit of France as much as you like. There are dishes and cutlery with good taste, beautiful arrangement and delicate sauce and thoughts of warm consideration, and service that remain neither too close nor too distant. It is the restaurant that makes people want to visit for a long time.
* The availability of an English version of this page does not guarantee that the restaurant can provide services in English unless otherwise stated. Please be aware that, even if stated, there may still be days when English speaking staff are unavailable.

■A 1-minute walk from Sanjō Station on the Keihan Main Line,
■A 1 minute-walk from Sanjō-Keihan Station on the Kyoto City Subway Tozai Line



Menu Verdun
8,200 円 / 人
Menu Homard
10,000 円 / 人
Menu Exquis
15,750 円 / 人



Relais Verdun [ルレ・ヴェルダン]




Lunch: 12:00~14:30 (L.O. 13:00) Dinner: 18:00~22:00 (L.O. 20:00)


Wednesday, No fixed holiday


31番地, Magohashi cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto




Relais Verdun [ルレ・ヴェルダン]