Cafe Aimee Vibert
Mitsukoshimae: French
Cafe Aimee Vibert (Mitsukoshimae: French)
Cafe Aimee Vibert
Open 10am-10pm daily.
Sun: Open Sundays

This cafe venture from the Michelin-starred Aimee Vibert in Nibancho offers above-average bistro fare in a casual setting. The decor is classic French cafe style - tile floors, dark wood and mirrors, with a zinc bar and lots of tiny tables and chairs facing the sidewalk.

The lunchtime menu (Y900-1500) features croque-monsieur and croque-madame sandwiches, quiches and salads, and a couple of meat and fish plates of the day. Quiches are also served during teatime (2-5pm) along with desserts and coffee. The dinner menu is all a la carte, and includes a cote de porc roti for two people (Y3800) along with daily meat and fish dishes.

Mitsukoshimae
Chuo-ku, Nihonbashi Muromachi 2-2-1, Coredo Muromachi 1F.
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