We stayed at the Hotel Gracery Ginza for a night and this restaurant was in the next block, downstairs, off the street. It's usually hard when you are visiting a new place and looking for somewhere with good food at a reasonable price. We both felt like eating Italian. We looked at the menu on the street and it sounded good - but we had no idea what the restaurant was actually like! We slowly walked down the stairs and waited at the bottom for someone to great us. Looking around - I saw a counter to our left with an open kitchen behind and the chefs busily going about their jobs. We were received by a waiter and shown to our table at the back of the restaurant where we were given menus in Japanese (with English also) and could look around the place. It was an open restaurant and reminded me of a cavern. Tastefully decorated, it felt warm and friendly. The wait staff were very welcoming, spoke good English and looked after us very well. The food was some of the best we had tasted after our 2 weeks in Japan (actually, we didn't have one bad feed of any kind). The pastas were beautiful and filling. The champagne and red wine were also very enjoyable (the meal cost us just under 5000 Yen for 2 people).The restaurant was fairly crowded and had a great atmosphere. Everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves - so we did too!!
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