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Comme la Gueuze/
Mita: Belgian rest/
beer bar
₯6435-2463
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If you're used to
seeing the same
handful of Belgian
beers on draft
wherever you go
around town, the six
rotating taps at
Comme la Gueuze will
be a welcome change.
The twenty-seat bar
has a friendly,
neighborhood feel,
with a diverse
crowd, helfpul staff
and proper glass-
ware. There's food
too - frites and
mussels and sausages
- although it's more
limited in scope
than what you'll
find at the larger
Belgian establish-
ments.

The kitchen's turn-
out is generally
good but it can be
hit or miss - our
bagna cauda featured
beautiful and very
tasty organic vege-
tables from a farm
in Yamanashi, accom-
panied by a lack-
luster dipping
sauce. Frites were
on the oily side,
but the choice of
three mayo-based
dipping sauces is a
nice touch. The
excellent Gueuze
Sausages were the
hit of the evening;
at Y1200 per sausage
they seem just a bit
pricey though.

Draft beer, however,
is an attractive
proposition at Y800
for regular beers
(e.g. Troubadour
Magma) and Y1000 for
special beers (e.g.
Goliath Winter
beer), with decent-
sized pours. The
bottled collection
is also well put
together, with a
good number of lam-
bics, and is priced
around average for
Tokyo.

Recommended for
drinks and snacks
rather than dinner,
Comme la Gueuze is
still a welcome
addition to Tamachi
station's bar zone
and to Tokyo's Bel-
gian bar landscape.
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Minato-ku, Shiba
5-24-16, Omamori
Bldg 2F.  Open
5pm-midnight daily.
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