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#138 of 3 838 Restaurants in Chiyoda
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Italian, French
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Lunch
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Reviewed 29 August 2019

After visiting the museum we had a wonderful lunch at this restaurant on the premises. There were several courses and a set menu. We loved it and highly recommend it.

Date of visit: August 2019
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Reviewed 4 October 2018 via mobile

As located in a national art museum, facing the Palace, it is very good location. A full French/Italian course menu was served with a reasonable price and great services.

Date of visit: October 2018
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Reviewed 10 June 2018

My wife and I have travelled the world and eaten a meal at many capital city art gallery and museum restaurants and we found this restaurant to be one of the best. The menu has two course menus and a small a-la-carte selection. We chose...the 5 course Piccolo meal at 3500 Yen per person. I had a glass of French Sauvignon Blanc and my wife had a small bottle of San Pellegrino sparkling mineral water. The courses seem not to have changed much in recent years as the photos on this page are similar to our meal. Most of the customers were well dressed, the men in suits and the women in dresses. My wife and I were dressed in casual clothes, but were treated very well, regardless. The staff were warm and friendly and suer eficient. The fine dining description of the food relates to the small size and exquisite taste of the delicately artistic display on each plate. Each item was carefully selected to provide a taste sensation for each mouthful and also a sensation to view. The meals are on the small side, so don't get the Piccolo meal, if you are a big eater. But if you consider taste before size, you won't be dissappointed. The final tariff was 8400 Yen for lunch and we felt that was a bargain for the type of meal served. Bread and butter is served as part of the meal, and the bread was replaced as it was eaten. Plates were removed expeditiously after completion of each course. I always feel that this is the mark of attentive staff in fine establishments. Highly recommended for lunch.More

Date of visit: June 2018
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Reviewed 17 April 2018

This is the restaurant formally connected to the Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo. We have been there a couple of times for lunch, and it is consistently brilliant for the price. Wonderful three course meals, high quality raw materials, delicatly served, tasty combinations. Combine...that with a good Italian wine list, affordably priced, and you have a winner. Reserve in advance, it may fill up quickly.More

Date of visit: March 2018
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Reviewed 17 October 2015

The service was terrific and the good was excellent. The prices were very reasonable and we had some lovely bubbles, wine and coffees. It is in a fabulous location with views of the Imperial Palace, the magnificent cherry blossoms and the passing parade of people...makes it a great spot to enjoy both food and ambiance.More

Date of visit: April 2015
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Reviewed 17 May 2014

We toured the Art Museum and were looking for somewhere to have lunch when we spotted L'Art et Mikuni at the front of the building. We asked for a table and had to wait for about 25 minutes outside on a bench but we were...in no hurry so we did. We dined on the terrace overlooking the street and the moat around the Imperial Palace. My ravioli (Y2000/ Aus$22) was superb as was my wife's trenette (same price). We also enjoyed a couple of glasses of champagne (Y1200 each/ Aus$13), two glass of white wine (Y1200 /Aus$13 average each) and a couple of coffees at Y750/Aus$ 8 each. Dining in Tokyo is reputed to be expensive but we thought the prices here were very good for the quality of the total experience we had. The food, service and ambience were wonderful and we were very pleased that we'd found such a lovely place to enjoy lunch. Thoroughly recommended although, if I were a local, I'd book ahead for a table.More

Date of visit: May 2014
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  • Food: 4.5
  • Service: 4
  • Value: 4