A 5-minute walk from Shibuya Station in Tokyo, “Chinese bed”, located on the 2nd floor of a building close to Shoto, is a calm Chinese restaurant in Shibuya.
The chef is Shun Kamisasa. He worked at medicinal chinese “Essence” in Minami-Aoyama for 7 years, and served as the sous-chef for 4 years in the latter half. When “Chinese bed” opened in October 2019, he became the chef.
The Omakase Course includes about 12 dishes. The modern course meal is reminiscent of a nouvelle chinois, a fusion of Guangdong and Sichuan cuisine. Chef Kamisasa, who has a license as an international medicinal chef, shares the idea of medicinal cooking in his cuisine. The specialty is shark fin dishes that is served throughout the year. The dish changes monthly, such as shark fin stew in earthenware pot or shark fin with horsehair crab earthenware pot, so regulars won't get tired of it. There are always 2 to 3 types of rice dishes to finish off the meal, such as medicinal curry, softshelled turtle rice and milt mapo tofu. You can choose more than one according to your condition (with additional charge).
The restaurant has rare wines from all over the world, including Shaoxing wine. There are 2 types of pairing, alcoholic and non-alcoholic. The drinks in the pairing are free-flow, so you can enjoy your favorite combination.
The calm and modern restaurant has only 10 counter seats. The counter in the open kitchen that surrounds Chef Kamisasa is a special seat where you can see the chef's actions from any angle. The special Japanese plate stands out in the moist atmosphere, just like a bar. There are many guests, such as couples, but you can also casually enjoy by yourself. Away from the hustle and bustle of Shibuya, enjoy the nouvelle chinois cuisine with wine to your heart's content.
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A 4-minute walk from Shibuya Station, A2 exit (JR Yamanote Line, Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line)