After more than a week in Tokyo,I was ready to take a break from Japanese food and my husband found this restaurant near our hotel. Not easy to find since it does not face a street but worth every minute spent looking for it. The business facing the street says "Catorce",some kind of clothing store so just walk to the end and you have arrieved at one of the most charming little restaurants ever((25 seats), I ordered grilled porc-juicy,tender and matched with the best grilled vegetables I have ever tasted. My husband had the cassulet also excellent. Shared a salad with the lightest dressing ,crisp bread and melting goat cheese. The kitchen is partially opened to views and it looked liked a choreograph dance between the chefs. Also several french-speaking custumers where there and looked like they knew the chef well. Overall a wonderful surprise in Tokyo-highly recommended. Make sure to phone ahead on the weekend.
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