Django
Akasaka: International
Django (Akasaka: International)
Django
Open 11am-3, 5:30-10:30pm (LO). Closed Sundays.

This small neighborhood spot serves good, original California-style cuisine and reasonably priced New World wines, and is popular with the international community. The fusiony menu is full of complicated but well-executed dishes like "maguro tuna steak flavored with tri-color peppers in brandy and port wine sauce served with wild rice." Portion sizes are surprisingly big - the bagna cauda includes nearly a dozen boiled vegetables, and the excellent grilled pork main dish is almost too big for one person. Budget around Y5-7000 at dinnertime; Y850-1000 for lunch.

Akasaka
Minato-ku, Akasaka 6-17-7.
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