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Ramukana/
Yotsuya 3-chome:
Swiss
₯6457-4942
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Beautiful heirloom
vegetables, sourced
from small farms all
over Japan, are the
pride of the kitchen
at Ramukana. The
menu's centerpiece
is a hearty cheese
fondue, served with
raw vegetables,
bread, and optional
"toppings" such as
the excellent smoked
bacon chunks. A
couple of nice Swiss
house wines are
available by the
bottle, carafe or
glass (Y5000 / Y2600
/ Y900), along with
reasonably priced
French wines start-
ing at Y3500.

Among the impressive
array of starters
and side dishes, the
bagna cauda is a
standout, with nine
or ten different
vegetables (de-
scribed in loving
detail by our wait-
er) paired with a
well-balanced ancho-
vy sauce and a dish
of artisanal salt.
The homemade pork
sausage is also
excellent, and the
shrimp, salmon and
avocado salad was so
good we were tempted
to order a second
portion.

The atmosphere is
very relaxed and
casual, with a clas-
sic sixties-jazz
soundtrack and
homey, Alpine-
village-in-Tokyo
decor. Budget around
Y5000 for ample food
and drink.
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Shinjuku-ku, Ara-
kicho 3-10, Dai-3
Halcyon 2F.  Open
6-10:30pm (LO).
Closed Sundays.
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