Yotsuya 3-chome: German
Rheingau (Yotsuya 3-chome: German)
Open 11:30am-2, 5-10pm. Closed Sundays.

One of Tokyo's original German restaurants, Rheingau is so old-school that the sign out front sports a seven-digit phone number. The kitchen does a decent job on Tokyo's favorite German delicacies such as sauerbraten, sausages and the occasional game meats, and the hors d'oeuvre platter is a reliable place to start.

The beer list offers the usual Tokyo imports - Erdinger, Bitburger, Schofferhofer - at below-average prices. There are even a few schnapps on offer. Budget Y4000-5000 at dinnertime; lunch from Y850.

Yotsuya 3-chome
Shinjuku-ku, Arakicho 3-23.
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