Le Petit Bedon
Daikanyama: French
Le Petit Bedon (Daikanyama: French)
Le Petit Bedon
Open 6-10pm (LO).

The elegant traditional cuisine and punctilious service in Japanese and French make this charming restaurant popular with the French community. You can enjoy a long, leisurely lunch in the sunny area under the skylight. At lunchtime, the Y4600 Menu Gourmande, with choice of hot and cold appetizers, meat or fish dish, three desserts, and coffee or tea is an excellent value. Dinner from Y8000.

Shibuya-ku, Hachiyamacho 13-13.
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