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Darie/
Omotesando: Romanian
₯3797-7374
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Authentic and homey
Eastern European
cooking from Tokyo's
very first Romanian
restaurant, which
was located in Ginza
for 32 years before
moving to Aoyama.
The brightly colored
basement dining room
is casual with an
Old-World stylish-
ness, and service is
cordial and profes-
sional, with de-
tailed explanations
of the various
dishes as they're
being served.

Prix-fixe lunches
range from Y1600-
3500, with a smaller
Y1200 option on
weekdays only. The
mid-priced "osusume
lunch" (Y2600)
starts with tradi-
tional fish and
vegetable pastes
served with bread.
Ingredients vary
seasonally - we had
a smoky grilled
eggplant paste and a
salmon-egg paste,
which made very
appetizing starters.
The main course
included a few dif-
ferent dishes, the
high point for us
being the mititei, a
sausage-like,
charcoal-grilled
patty of lamb, beef
and various spices.
There was also a
credible cabbage
roll stuffed with
beef and pork; roast
potatoes; and a
portion of unsea-
soned polenta to
which we were in-
structed to add salt
and pepper to taste.


Lunch also included
a green-bean soup
with sour cream and
dill, and papanasi,
a memorable dessert
of fluffy hot pastry
with cottage cheese,
cassis and sour
cream. All these
dishes and many more
are served a la
carte in the eve-
ning, or you can
splurge on one of
the prix-fixe menus,
priced from Y3800-
6000. Romanian and
Hungarian wines
mostly run from
Y3500-6000/bottle,
while the house wine
is Y2800/bottle or
Y500/glass.
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Kita-Aoyama 3-13-
1, KIta-Aoyama Se-
kine Bldg B1F. 
Open 11:30am-2, 5:
30-9:30pm (LO).
Closed Tuesdays.
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