Kaiseki Komuro懐石 小室

  • two stars
  • Very comfortable
  • No smoking area
  • Private room with maximum capacity 16
  • Counter restaurant
  • Reservation required
Kaiseki Komuro

When talking about the speciality here, the first thing that comes to mind is the hamo zukushi. Things start with mizansho-flavoured sushi, and the nimono with matsutake is another seasonal dish; with tsukuri grilled over bincho charcoal and lightly boiled hamo to end, it is truly a multifarious hamo experience. You’ll be amazed by the flavours. Other items include tai, matsubagani, mallard and wild boar.

Opening hours, last orders
Lunch = 12:00-13:00 (L.O.)
Dinner = 18:00-20:00 (L.O.)
Annual and weekly closing
Closed Sunday and Public Holidays
Lunch = ¥10,000-19,000
Dinner = ¥43,000-73,000
35-4 Wakamiyacho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

* The information is reproduced from the Michelin Guide. Please contact the facility directly for more detail.

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