Vin Picoeur
Ginza: Japanese
Vin Picoeur (Ginza: Japanese)
Vin Picoeur
Open 6pm-midnight. Closed Sundays.

"French barbecue" is the specialty here - basically kushiyaki with French names. Charcoal-grilled pork and chicken parts on skewers are served alongside excellent pate, foie gras, and pot-au-feu (amusingly described as French oden). The respectable in-house French wine list is supplemented by the book-size menu from sister restaurant Aux Amis des Vins just around the corner. Wine prices range from budget-friendly to stratospheric, and the multi-course set dinners (Y2800/Y4000) are a good deal. Seating is at the counter, with one small table in the back.

Chuo-ku, Ginza 4-3-4.
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