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Le Lion/
Ebisu: Wine bar
¥3445-8131
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With its red leather
upholstered seats
and wood and brass
fixtures, Le Lion
offers a little
slice of Lyon on the
backstreets of Ebi-
su. Welcoming staff,
covered terrace
seating, and excel-
lently prepared
brasserie - or,
rather, bouchon -
fare make this cafe/
wine bar a lovely
place for a casual
meal or late-after-
noon tipple.

Wines are available
by the glass (selec-
tions change daily)
from around Y700 and
the bottle from
Y4600. They serve
drinks and light
bites like creamy
rillette (Y600),
decadently silky
goose liver pate
(Y800), and fluffy
stuffed omelets
(Y850-) all day.

Dinner service
starts at 6pm, when
they bring out the
chalkboard announc-
ing the specials of
the day. Portions
are hefty and meant
for sharing; indi-
vidual dishes come
out one at a time,
so it's best to come
with a small group
and a big appetite.
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Shibuya-ku, Ebisu
1-21-16.  Open
noon-11:15pm (LO; -
5:15pm Sun ). Open
every day.
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