Posts Tagged ‘shibuya’
Yes I’m back again at Kaikaya, which I first visited back in 2009 and wrote about it. I liked it so much that I decided to return to Kaikaya again this time to try some other dishes there.
Ristorante Aso looks like it could have been plucked straight out of any Italian town and placed in the trendy Daikanyama district. This Michelin 2 star restaurant is the flagship for chef Tatsuji Aso and it’s also said to be one of the best Italian restaurants in Tokyo.
This washoku restaurant in Shibuya uses the techniques of traditional Kyoto cuisine to create a fusion Japanese style of food. There is only 1 set course for the whole day and it changes every month. It is a small restaurant and the ambiance inside is nice and cosy.
「とある異国のとある港町、ナゾのジャパニーズが営む、魚がやたらうまいナゾの店」を渋谷の町はずれにワープさせたら…それが当店です。毎日を忙しく過す 皆様の心が和む、開放的な空間でありたいと思い、サブネームを「BY THE SEA」とさせて頂きました。 Here you are!
In their words, imagine a place in the country, a port town. In this town, there is a restaurant owned by a mysterious Japanese man who cooks marvelous seafood dishes, and this were to be transferred to the edge of Shibuya, that’s where our restaurant is!
We put the sub name ” By The Sea” along with KAIKAYA because we wish to offer a comfortable open atmosphere to those who lead a busy life and look for relaxation. Here you are!!
Kaikaya is a great seafood izakaya in the Shibuya neighbourhood that specialises in cooking Japanese fusion cuisine. They take traditional Japanese seafood dishes and then give them a contemporary European twist.