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Le Souffle/
Nishi-Azabu: French
₯5474-0909
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Yes, this cafe would
be worth knowing
about for their
dessert souffles
alone - some dozen
or so varieties
ranging from vanilla
to Grand Marnier and
Calvados. But Le
Souffle also offers
a full menu of re-
markably high-qual-
ity French cooking,
from straightforward
starters like scal-
lop salad and foie
gras to substantial
meat and fish
dishes. Plus some
dozen savory souf-
fles, including a
standout salmon
souffle.

Main-course prices
add up (Y1400-3000
per dish a la
carte), but there's
an economical Y5000
full-course dinner
that includes appe-
tizer, fish and meat
courses, topped off
with a dessert souf-
fle. And the wine
list has some very
nice choices in the
under-Y5000 range.

If you're here just
for dessert, you
won't be disap-
pointed - besides
the sweet souffles
there are a couple
dozen other choices,
including an excel-
lent Calvados-in-
fused apple pie and
several ice cream
concoctions. The tea
lounge in front
sells chocolates and
cakes to go. One
thing to note - in
spite of the prices,
this is basically a
cafe, with a corre-
sponding level of
service and decor -
rather than a full-
blown restaurant.
Also, remember to
bring your money -
credit cards are not
accepted. On the
plus side, the cafe
portion stays open
all day, so you can
drop by for a mid-
afternoon souffle
when most Tokyo
restaurants are
closed.
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Minato-ku, Nishi-
Azabu 3-13-10. 
Open noon-10pm (LO).
Closed Mondays.
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