Updated： November 07, 2018
5 Best High-End Italian Restaurants Of Tokyo
Japanese people generally love Italian cuisine, so naturally, there are some outstanding Italian restaurants to discover in Tokyo. Here are some of the best.
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Pellegrino ペレグリーノ [Ebisu]
Pellegrino is a very small restaurant with just 6 places. It is simply one of the best in Tokyo, arguably all genres included. You can only dine there if you make a reservation. The specialty is Italian cuisine from Parma, a region famous for Parmesan cheese and Parma ham. The courses are about ¥30,000.
Tacubo is a place where you can get the best-grilled meats imaginable because the place is equipped with a charcoal-fueled cooking stove. This place is relatively more affordable than the previous one introduced. The lunch and dinner courses start at ¥10,500. The concept is to serve foods with a sensitivity to the changing seasons. It is a semi-casual restaurant. There are counter seats and two private rooms with a capacity of 6 people.
Hamasaki 濱崎 [Omotesando]
According to many online reviews, pasta here is the best you can have. Course meals for lunch start from just ¥4,400, and for dinner, the courses start at ¥9,800. For something very special, you can try the omakase (leave it to the chef) course of around ¥18,000.
Incanto インカント [Hiro]
Incanto is a restaurant and wine bar. The chef Wataru Takeishi has credentials approved by the Italian Sommelier Association so you can be sure that the Italian wine you get here is really well selected. They offer courses at ¥7,500 from which you can select each dish amongst a rich variety of Italian specialties. The place has an amazing relaxing atmosphere.
Fiocchi フィオッキ [Setagaya Ward]
The dishes at Fiocchi are visually stunning. Salads, for instance, are colourful assortments of fresh seasonal vegetables and some dishes even have flowers as decorative toppings. The specialty in terms of meat is lamb. The restaurant serves cuisine that is mainly from the northern part of Italy. Courses for lunch start at ¥5,000, and for dinner, the price is around ¥10,000.
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