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French
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Dinner: ¥10,000 - ¥14,999
Be mesmerized by the pleasant aroma from these simplistic yet delicious meals.

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Fragrant, warm and simple — that's the mantra of this French restaurant in Ginza, Tokyo. Bistro Simba adheres to these three-pointers when preparing any dish. The staff here believe that delicious food is at its most aromatic and delicious when just a few main ingredients are focused on with clarity and quality, at the perfect temperature. Only sourcing its ingredients from highly-regarded suppliers, Chef Yuchi Kikuchi believes that truly great cooking brings out the base, core flavors found in the best ingredients. Using that, as well as the scent created during preparation to his advantage, Bistro Simba's dishes tingle not only the taste buds but the nostrils too. A recommended dish is the croustillant boudin noir special, which uses a standard of French cuisine: sausages. Just a short walk from Ginza Station, Bistro Simba serves food that brims with an aromatic presence which fills the entirety of the airy interior. Offering both course menus as well as a la carte, this bistro is always bustling with locals and travelers alike.
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Bistro Simba Phone Number

050-3172-4218

Bistro Simba Business Days

Sunday
05:00 PM
12:00 AM
Monday
Closed
Tuesday
Closed
Wednesday
05:30 PM
12:00 AM
Thursday
05:30 PM
12:00 AM
Friday
05:30 PM
12:00 AM
Saturday
05:30 PM
12:00 AM

Bistro Simba Address

1-27-8 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo, 104-0061, Japan

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