Updated: November 07, 2018
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Casa Vinitalia: A One-Star Michelin Italian Restaurant in Tokyo!


Casa Vinitalia is one of the best Italian restaurants in Tokyo, which is to say it's pretty darn good because Italian cuisine in Tokyo is sublime. Some even say it's better than in Italy, but you didn't hear it from me.

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Casa Vinitalia

Casa Vinitalia is a one-star Michelin Restaurant, which is also voted as one of the top restaurants in Japan by Tabelog. This restaurant in Minamiazabu is an exquisite Italian restaurant you should try at least once while you're here.
The restaurant has a beautiful and elegant interior, as well as a lovely terrace to sit on when the weather is nice. It's a great place for an anniversary or a date, you will be sure to impress that special someone. You can also come with friends for a nice and comfortable place to chat the night away with friends around great food and wine.
Casa Vinitalia is not only a restaurant but also a wine bar and wine shop. So if you enjoyed the wine you had here for lunch or dinner, you can bring it back home to enjoy over a nice homemade dinner.


Your expectations are probably a wee bit high since it is a one-star Michelin restaurant, and it won't disappoint! All the suggested dishes are sublime. You can have the degustation menu for 7,500 yen to try some of their classic dishes. It is a 7-course meal, with bagna cauda, antipasto, pasta or rice, a main dish, vegetables, more pasta, a dessert and coffee.

You can also order a la carte.
The Bagna Cauda (3,600 yen a la carte) is really a nice way to start the meal. It is served with fresh vegetables and a nice sauce as an accompaniment.
All the dishes are fabulous, but a must-try dish is the cheese and truffle risotto. It's so good, you'll almost begin to wonder if licking your plate is a rude thing to do. (3,400 yen a la carte)
The beef is incredibly tender and flavorful. You can also choose fish as a main dish, which is also very good. (3,600 yen a la carte)
As mentioned earlier, the restaurant is a wine shop as well, and they have an IMPRESSIVE choice of wine to choose from. 300 varieties to be exact.


Be sure to try this 1-Star Michelin Restaurant while you're in Tokyo. This might very well be the best Italian resto you'll ever go to!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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