Found a bit off the beaten path in the residential parts of Nishi-Azabu, close to Aoyama Cemetery, La Cave De Noa is one of the city's finest French-style wine bars. The vinos come mainly from Bourgogne, with over 300 hand-picked varieties – including quite a few vintage bottles – on offer. If you're picking off the à la carte menu, don't miss the signature Noa Eleven, an eleven-vegetable terrine topped with prosciutto. 'The Cave' isn't a cheap place, but the prices aren't as terrifying as at some comparable joints in the area, and the atmosphere is wonderfully relaxed.
|Venue name:||La Cave De Noa||Contact:|
2nd Yoshiyama Bldg B1F, 2-16-4 Nishi-Azabu, Minato-ku
|Opening hours:||6.30pm-3.30am / closed Sun and 2nd Mon of every month|
|Transport:||Nogizaka Station (Chiyoda line); Omotesando Station (Chiyoda, Ginza, Hanzomon lines)|