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šChez Le Mak/
Akebonobashi: French
₯5315-4450
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Modern, upscale
bistro fare served
in a casual setting
is the draw at this
neighborhood French
spot. The owner-chef
trained at La Rega-
lade, the original
Paris "neo-bistro,"
and Parisian bistro-
nomic appreciation
of top-quality,
high-end ingredients
is certainly re-
flected here. For
example, our dinner
menu offered Iberico
as well as domestic
roast pork, along
with four different
dishes featuring
foie gras.

The wine list - not
limited to French
labels - is quite
reasonably priced,
with numerous
choices in the
Y3000-6000 range.
Half a dozen cheeses
are on offer to
round off your meal,
a decent selection
for a place this
small. The tiny
dining room is cozy
and intimate, with
just thirteen seats
(including a five-
seat counter).

Budget around Y6000
at dinnertime, and
bring cash. Gener-
ously portioned
weekday lunches
(served Tuesday-
Friday) are Y1000
(Y1300 with coffee
and dessert), and
weekend prix-fixe
lunches are avail-
able if you call
ahead to make ar-
rangements.
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Shinjuku-ku, Ara-
kicho 15, Sun Cha-
teau 2F.  Open 11:
30am-2, 6-10pm (LO).
Closed Sundays.
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