The "Atre" building in Ebisu used to be a cool place by the end of the 80's and even 90's, when in Tokyo it was still hard to find decent "foreign" food, but the world - and Japan with it - has changed dramatically in the last two/three decades. It seems that the eateries at "Atre" have not taken notice of it. The place is still packed with beatiful and elegant ladies of all sorts, that's why the (merchandise) shops have a lot of nice stuff and a good reason to go there. Probably patrons go wine and dine elsewhere as there is seldom a queue at the restaurants, which (sic!) makes it convenient to eat there. This NY-ish venue serves somehow decent food, perhaps slightly overpriced, but it's quiet, cozy and always half empty as perhaps the concept is not that much appealing to the population that dwells around "Atre". Now that I've been sort of forced to try all the restaurants here, I hope to dine elsewhere next time, as Ebisu has much better places to offer than the "lesser evil".
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