Les Vinum


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Les Vinum proves that good wine can go brilliantly with Japanese cuisine. The charcoal-grilled seafood and meat served here are both excellent (especially the venison and wild fowl in autumn) and the wine list includes a wide selection at just ¥4,400. The place even has a BYOB policy. For this area, that’s unheard of.

Tokyo City Guide (Edition 5)


4-5-8 Nishi-Azabu, Minato-ku

Transport Hiroo Station (Hibiya line), exit 3

Telephone 03 5466 8607

Open 6pm-2am (kitchen closes 12midnight, bar 1am) / closed Mon

Admission Average ¥5,000.


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