Seirinkan
Naka-Meguro: Italian
Seirinkan (Naka-Meguro: Italian)
Seirinkan
Open 11:30am-2, 6-9:30pm (LO) daily.
Sun: Open Sundays

The camouflage net-covered, cast iron exterior of Seirinkan (formerly acclaimed pizzeria Savoy) strikes an imposing figure, but inside atmosphere is lively and fun. The Japanese menu is written in a style that resembles the square Cyrilic characters of Soviet propaganda posters, while Uncle Sam points at you from unexpected places.

Although they serve only two kinds of pizza here - marinara and margherita - taciturn owner Susumu Kakinuma bakes both to perfection in the wood-fired oven downstairs. The menu features other tempting items like fresh mozzarella salad, sauteed baby octopus, and giant prawns. Budget Y3500-4000 for dinner and a few drinks.


by Melinda Joe
Naka-Meguro
Meguro-ku, Kami-Meguro 2-6-4.
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