Manuel Casa de Fado
Yotsuya: Portuguese
Manuel Casa de Fado (Yotsuya: Portuguese)
Manuel Casa de Fado
Open 11:30am-2, 6-10pm (LO) daily.
Sun: Open Sundays

This second branch of Tokyo's Portuguese pioneer restaurant is far more upscale than the Shibuya original, with spacious, comfortable dining rooms (smoking and non) a bigger, more serious menu, and a sommelier. Recommendations include the rabbit stewed in red wine and the potato and dried cod croquettes. The wine list includes both "traditional" and "international" Portuguese wines, depending on your tastes (we prefer the latter). Budget Y5,000-8,000 for dinner, depending on your choice of drinks. There's live folk music some nights - call to check.

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Yotsuya
Chiyoda-ku, Rokubancho 11-7, B1F.
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