A relatively recent addition to the Meguro Dōri dining scene, this petit restaurant offers uncomplicated, generously proportioned French staples in a neat, if somewhat spartan, setting.
Although the menu is far from expansive, daily specials add interest and cause for repeat visits, supported by a small range of wines displayed on the second floor.
The charcuterie moriawase was particularly satisfying, providing a sampling of all available entrées in one sitting, and left little room for the rest of the meal. We enjoyed the boudin blanc, although it would have been nice to have the noir variety as an option, too. The only disappointment on this visit was the beef shank, which despite its good looks was a little over-cooked.
03 6303 4191