Rosemary's Tokyo

Restaurants, Italian Shinjuku

Time Out says

In a secluded garden oasis far from the bustling streets below, Rosemary’s brings New York’s West Village to a rooftop in Shinjuku. Atop the sixth floor of the newly opened Newoman shopping complex, Rosemary’s is a New York-style Italian restaurant with a focus on seasonal organic produce. A vast terrace sits smartly amongst the lush surrounds and guests are free to wander up the stairs to the rooftop kitchen garden, where a variety of vegetables and herbs are grown for the kitchen while also providing an urban farm education programme for local schoolchildren. The pasta is also made on the premises. The signature orecchiette dish combines homemade pork sausage from Fujiyama-raised pigs, broccoli, and semi-dried tomatoes with perfectly al dente pasta. It is home-style Italian cooking at its best. The lunch set menu is proving a hit with Newoman’s well-heeled shoppers. Choose between the focaccia set, which features a slab of fluffy baked bread topped with mozzarella, tomato and basil, or the pasta set with a choice of orecchiette pasta or tomato, basil and mozzarella linguine. The set menu costs ¥1,300 on weekdays and ¥1,800 at the weekend.



Address: Newoman 6F, 5-24-55 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku

Transport: Shinjuku Station, New South exit
Opening hours: 11am-11pm (kitchen closes at 10pm) daily

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