Le Train Bleu
Iidabashi: Wine bar
Le Train Bleu (Iidabashi: Wine bar)
Le Train Bleu
Open 6:30pm-midnight. Closed Sundays.

A wine bar in the evening, a soba restaurant in the daytime. They have over 70 reasonably priced wines by the bottle, with a dozen or so by the glass. The food is mostly simple grilled dishes. All seating is at the counter, so it's best for small groups. Cash only.

Shinjuku-ku, Kagurazaka 1-14.
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