Updated: April 17, 2018
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For A Delicious Night Out in Ebisu, Try These Awesome French Restaurants!

Ebisu is a wonderful place to find authentic cuisine, let it be French, Italian, or Japanese, you know it will be la creme de la creme since the competition is so fierce. The great part is that although it is one of the fancier neighborhoods of Tokyo, you can still find some variety in the price range. We ranked these French restos in terms of price, the priciest ones being last.

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Café Brasserie L'ESPACE

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L'Espace in Ebisu is about 8 minutes from Ebisu station.
This restaurant is part of the Maison Franco-Japonaise (the French-Japanese association) and they serve Japanese styled French cuisine. The presentation is very delicate and so is the cuisine. The service can be slow at times, so be sure not to go when you're in a hurry.
Given the quality of the food, this resto is quite cheap!
Lunch is about ¥1,500 and dinner is about ¥3,500! Affordable and delicious, that's why I love Ebisu!

Le Bistro

LE BISTRO is located 5 minutes away from Ebisu station. It has a provincial France themed atmosphere and you can enjoy local French dishes at this restaurant. For some of their courses, you can drink as many glasses of French wine as you want!
They also have a variety of a la carte dishes such as the escargot, grilled meat, homemade sausages, cheese and more. Each dish is not very pricey and the average dinner price would be around ¥5000.

Bistro CarneSio

Bistro CarneSio is located 1 minute away from Ebisu station. It is a restaurant only open from the evening to early morning. "Carne" Means meat, and "sio" means salt, so it's not a suggested resto if you have high blood pressure!
Although they have appetizer and pasta dishes, their main focus is the grilled meat. You can order meat just like you would at a yakiniku restaurant. You can enjoy a great french style yakiniku dinner for less than ¥5,000!

MONNA LISA

This restaurant is also a Michelin-starred resto in Ebisu. It is about 4 minutes from the station. The restaurant was started by chef Toru Kawano, who studied French cuisine in France, and interestingly enough, he worked under the supervision of Joel Robuchon! He now owns his own resto in Ebisu as well.
The presentation at the restaurant is really beautiful, and so is the taste.
Lunch is between ¥5,000~¥5,999, and dinner between ¥8,000~¥9,999.

Joël Robuchon Restaurant

Joel Robuchon is located in the beautiful Ebisu Garden Place. It's a lovely place to take a stroll after a date. This restaurant is a Michelin-starred restaurant, so isn't on the cheap side, but it's perfect for a date or a special occasion.
Fixed menus for lunch are between ¥4,200-¥9,000; And between ¥5,500-¥18,000 for dinner.
Service and food are incredible! The presentation reminds you that you really do eat with your eyes first!

Finally...

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Lili Wanderlust
I love traveling 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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