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šLoup de Mer/
Kanda: Yoshoku
₯5298-4390
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Loup de Mer proves
that good yoshoku
cuisine needn't be
stuck in a time
warp. Our lunchtime
Hokkaido beef curry
(Y1100) was accompa-
nied by a very appe-
tizing salad of head
cheese and red-cab-
bage slivers. The
hunks of beef were
tender, lean and
very flavorful,
beautifully comple-
mented by the curry
sauce, rich but with
a bracing tanginess.
The soft but still
slightly crunchy
deep-red pickles
were excellent, with
an almost cherry-
like flavor.

Unlike most yosho-
kuya, the decor here
won't make you sigh
with nostalgia - the
dining room is done
up in a tasteful
pastel color scheme
from the current
century. Chef Suzuki
is a veteran of the
famous Dom Pierre
yoshoku establish-
ment, and the menu
also covers stan-
dards like hayashi
rice and rice ome-
lettes, and even
offers tasting menus
at Y5000 and Y10,
000.
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Chiyoda-ku, Uchi-
Kanda 2-14-3. 
Open 11:30am-2:30,
5:30-8:30pm (LO; -6
Sun). Closed
Mondays.
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