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Leckermaul/
Edogawabashi: German
¥6304-1225
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Flammkuchen - the
Alsatian and south-
ern German answer to
pizza - is served
here in versions
both savory (black
forest ham,
zucchini-anchovy)
and sweet (apple-
cinnamon, banana-
rum), along with
wine by the glass or
bottle. Although
it's made without
cheese, the black-
forest versions
incorporate a tangy,
almost cheesy sauce
that complements the
toppings very well.

Besides flammkuchen
they also offer
German-style dishes
like schnitzel and
goulash with spaet-
zle, and a deli-
cious, hearty mush-
room soup. Several
German beers like
Schneider and Er-
dinger are available
by the bottle.

The narrow dining
room is simple but
stylish, with art on
the walls during
regular exhibitions.
The restaurant at-
tracts mostly a
neighborhood crowd,
and is popular with
families on week-
ends.

Lunch specials start
at Y1150 and include
a combo plate with
both savory and
dessert flammkuchen,
or a home-made curry
served with salad.
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Bunkyo-ku, Mejiro-
dai 1-24-8.  Open
11:30am-2, 5:30-10:
30pm (LO) daily.
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