The last thing I feel like eating in Tokyo is foie gras, or is it?
In the heyday, this bistro was in the top flight of places to eat, a high-end bistro styled cuisine, the owner serves his clients in an authentic ambience. Today it is almost unfashionable to go to these kinds of places, a small restaurant where people still smoke. The still life paintings, a very genuine feel, you step back in time. By the way, the foie gras is excellent and the cresson salad is a meal in itself.
Address:Bistro de la Cite – Nishi-Azabu 4-2-10,Minato-ku Tokyo