Shinjuku: Cheese
Racler (Shinjuku: Cheese)
Open 11am-2, 5-10pm (LO) daily.
Sun: Open Sundays
no smoking: No smoking

A cheese specialty restaurant, Racler serves fondues and cheese-centric side dishes like camembert ajillo and frozen blue-cheese salad bowls. The signature dish at both lunch and dinner though is their raclette platter - melted raclette cheese from Switzerland slathered over an assortment of grilled meats, vegetables or both - a hearty cold-weather treat.

Drinks include sparkling-wine cocktails, fruity sangrias, gourmet lemonade variations and reasonably priced wines. Lunches range from Y1200-2000, and dinner with drinks averages around Y2000-3000.

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