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Arossa/
Shibuya: Italian
¥3469-0125
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One of Tokyo's first
Australian-only wine
bars, with one of
the largest selec-
tions of rare and
expensive wines from
that country. The
food is mainly Ital-
ian, and consistent-
ly good.

Tucked away in a
back street beyond
Bunkamura, Arossa is
in the reincarnation
of the old Rocks
125, one of Tokyo's
first Australian-
only wine bars. The
regular wine list is
extensive and rea-
sonably priced; plus
there's an impres-
sive reserve list
for those extra-
special occasions.
Several choices are
available by the
glass at any given
time, with by-the-
glass prices 20%
cheaper after 10pm.

The excellent food
menu is basically
Italian - simple
grilled dishes,
pastas, and seafood
items - all consis-
tently well pre-
pared. Some favor-
ites include the
grilled lamb chops
(Y1800) and the
kangaroo steak in
wine sauce (Y1800),
but be sure to check
out the daily chalk-
board specials.

The pace of service
at dinnertime can be
leisurely, but this
is a great place for
a late-night snack
over a bottle of
wine. Y500 service
charge.
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Shibuya-ku, Shoto
1-26-22. [between
Bunkamura and Shoto
Park]
 Open 6pm-2am
daily.
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