Stylish Italian interior which makes you forget crowds of the city♪
It’s me Matsuo, a chief editor. Today I would like to introduce you a fine Italian restaurant which is known by many people.
Café La Boheme (カフェ ラ・ボエム) is a restaurant which I have been using for lunchtime, dinnertime and tea-time since I was a student.
This restaurant is also known for becoming the stage of the drama “Shitsuren Chocolatier” and the movie “Kimi no Na Wa (Your Name)” and is now one of the fashionable restaurants representing Shinjuku.
It is located on the 5 minutes walking distance from Shinjuku Station South Exit. Here you can enjoy the greenery of Shinjuku Gyoen National Park right in front of your eyes. The building is like a house in a lush location of greenery which doesn’t make you feel like being in a very big city.
A European-style interior with very bright interior and sense of spaciousness is also very nice♪
There is also a terrace-style seat. If you sit in this seat you will forget the time and can calm down.
The price is also reasonable. In the weekday, for the lunch menu you can add a salad and drink to your favourite pasta, which will cost you additional 250yen.
There is also a set menu which allowed you to add salad, dessert and drinks at 350yen. Generally, the budget is around 1000 yen. A weekend lunch “Pasta Set” costs 1980yen and is complemented with salad, pasta and drinks. Special lunch set with the main dish costs 3480 yen.
A la carte dinner menu is also available, but if there more than 4 people then the party menu is profitable. Food costs from 1980yen (5 items) and drinks with all-you-can-drink costs from 1980yen. The budget is usually 4000 yen per person.
|Address||Cosumo Shinjuku Gyoen bldg. 1F・2F, Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo|
|Business Hour||Mon. – Fri. 11:30 – 23:30
Sat./Sun./Public Hol. 11:00 – 23:30
(L.O. Food 22:30 / Drink 23:00)
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