Located on the second floor Hotel the Manhattan with views toward the Kaihin Makuhari Seaside Park.
The tables are separated often by blinds and columns that give diners some privacy, but also block the view of servers. The overall decor reminds me of a colonial style hotel.
This was our third visit to the restaurant. They offer several fixed menu choices, but those choices don't seem to have changed. This reduces the frequency of regular visits by locals, but perhaps most guests only visit the restaurant once.
We ordered the Creation choice which includes soup, appetizer, entrée, dessert and coffee or tea for ¥3,240. For an extra charge of ¥1,620 you can have lobster (オマール海老) or for ¥2,160 you can enjoy beef filet with foie gras and truffles. My wife chose the lobster and I chose the beef filet. In addition we ordered "berry water," which my wife said was very refreshing, and a glass of red wine. We enjoyed all the food very much indeed this is exactly what we ordered on our last visit a year ago, so we knew it would be good. In addition they offer three types of bread including French bread, fruit bread and walnut bread that they serve freely throughout the meal. There are free refills of coffee and tea.
The service is good, but as mentioned above the servers can not always see the patrons and this can slow down the service.
If you're looking for some good French food and are in staying in Kaihim Makuhari for a trade show at Makuhari Messe or on some other temporary trip I recommend it. If you're more local than it is good once a year or so as the menu doesn't seem to change.
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