Les Enfants Gâtés

7,744 JPY 〜
/ Guest
9,438 JPY 〜
/ Guest
  • Anniversary Services

  • English Menu

  • English Speaking Staff

Luxurious Terrines Take the Center Stage in a Show of Artistic French Delights

Tokyo brims with countless restaurants of all kinds, old and new. Standing out from the rest is an authentic, seasoned (in more ways than one!) French cuisine restaurant in Daikanyama that’s maintained its Michelin 1-star status for the past 11 years. Named “Les Enfants Gâtés”—”Spoiled Children”—this restaurant is for all the young-at-hearts, who never want to forget what it’s like to be a child.

Chef Naoki Matsuzawa has always enjoyed making things ever since his childhood. He eventually found himself enchanted by the fleeting nature of food and began his culinary journey. After building up experience working at various French restaurants in the city, he opened "Les Enfants Gâtés" in April 2007, which has only been increasing in charm and popularity ever since. Chef Matsuzawa is most famous for his breathtakingly beautiful terrines: delicate French culinary techniques and Chef’s extraordinary imagination perform together in a modest 10-centimeter square piece to grab one’s heart with its vivid, colorful beauty. The restaurant serves a wide variety of seasonal terrines, with around nine kinds always being on offer: from country-style terrines that take 2 weeks to prepare, to vegetable terrines made with as many as 20 kinds of seasonal vegetables. Even the ingredients themselves cover a wide range, including luxuries like lobsters and foie gras as well as fresh, local Japanese ingredients. What Chef Matsuzawa values and endeavors for more than anything else is for the taste of each and every ingredient to shine through. While enhancing their natural flavors, he prepares a colorful, playful course that is a feast for both the eyes and the taste buds, pouring his heart into each and every dish from the fish and meat to the desserts. There is also an excellent selection of around 100 kinds of wine to make the meal truly special.

A street away from Daikanyama’s main street, the restaurant is chic and stylish—a blend of art deco and mid-century modern. Wood is used in every corner, giving the interior a warm, cozy atmosphere. They have tables that can seat 2–5 customers, as well as private rooms for up to 10 people. Enjoy the mother of all terrines with the choicest wine for a decadent, one-of-a-kind experience.
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* 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.

【Access】
■An 8-minute walk from Shibuya Station Exit Shin Minami(JR Yamanote Line)
■An 8-minute walk from Daikanyama Station(Tokyu Toyoko Line)

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Recommendation(2)

  • 30's

    Date of Visit: 8/2019
    Really enjoyable dining experience and I hope to return again in the future. The wine pairing really matched the food well!
    Number of visits: OnePurpose: With friend
  • 30's

    Date of Visit: 12/2018
    The meal was just value for money. The services of their staff were attentive and friendly. Will definitely introduce to my friends!!!
    Number of visits: OnePurpose: With friend

Courses

Lunch
Menu Bonne Terrine
7,744 JPY / Guest
Lunch
Menu Bonne Terrine
7,744 JPY / Guest
Dinner
Menu Les enfants gâtés
9,438 JPY / Guest

Information

Name

Les Enfants Gâtés [レザンファンギャテ]

Cuisine Type

French

Opening hours

Lunch: 12:00~16:00(L.O. 14:00) Dinner: 18:00~23:00(L.O. 21:00)

Holidays

Monday,

Access

2-3, Sarugakucho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

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