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Amandier Description

Located in the hidden gem of Shirokane, Amandier is a French restaurant that offers a unique twist on classic French cuisine. Unlike traditional French dishes that are heavy with butter and cream, Amandier's chef, who has studied classic French cuisine for over 20 years, creates dishes that are light and flavorful, using the synergy of dashi and umami ingredients. Each dish is a culinary journey, starting with the careful selection of ingredients from all over Japan, and transformed into a one-of-a-kind French dining experience through the chef's expertise and skill.

The restaurant's interior exudes a calm and sophisticated atmosphere, making it the perfect setting for a romantic date or special occasion. Alongside the unforgettable and delicious dishes, Amandier also offers a special bouquet cake made with roses, perfect for celebrating a memorable anniversary or birthday.

Amandier's menu features two exquisite courses that showcase the philosophy of the restaurant. The Amandier course, priced at 26,400 yen, incorporates the finest ingredients carefully selected from France and all over Japan. For a more indulgent experience, the Confiance course, priced at 35,200 yen, offers a luxurious selection of dishes made with the highest quality ingredients. Both courses are available for parties of two and can be enjoyed from 17:30 to 23:00.

Experience the artistry of French cuisine like never before at Amandier. With its innovative approach to cooking and dedication to using the best ingredients, this restaurant sets itself apart from others in Tokyo. For a truly unforgettable dining experience, make a reservation at Amandier and embark on a culinary journey that will leave a lasting impression.

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Amandier Overview


5-chōme-15-3 Shirokane, Minato City, Tokyo 108-0072


+81 (0) 3-6456-3112


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10 minute walk from Hiroo Station (Tokyo Metro)
13 minute walk from Shirokanetakanawa Station (Tokyo Metro)
15 minute walk from Ebisu Station (JR Line)

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: Closed
Tue: 5:30PM-11:00PM
Wed: 5:30PM-11:00PM
Thur: 5:30PM-11:00PM
Fri: 5:30PM-11:00PM
Sat: 5:30PM-11:00PM

Payment Methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Wine List

Craft cocktails


Private Dining Room


Sake Selection

WiFi Available

Stylish Interior

Amandier Reviews

Amandier Google Average Rating



Since we were fortunate enough to open, we have been able to enjoy the seasonal menus for one year.
There are many delicious restaurants, but there are few that will leave you impressed. For me, AMANDINE is one of those few stores.
I am always amazed by the menus created through collaboration between Chef Kashiwagi, Pastry Chef Yokoishi, and Manager Yoshida, who is also a sommelier.
This is what happens when geniuses work hard! I'm always impressed.
It's a little expensive, so I don't go there often, but it's a store I'll always treasure.


Satisfaction is high after 2 laps of the course
Near the exit of Shuto Kotengenji Temple. If it is a subway station, it is a 12-3 minute walk from Hiroo. About 15 minutes from Shirokane-Takanawa Station. Renovation of a former private house. Go up the stairs to the seats on the second floor. Jazz piano was flowing as BGM.
Amandier menu
・Amuse: Striped mackerel tartare, mangalitza (pork pâté de campagne), sweetfish choux, corn shavings
・Matsusaka beef sirloin, Japanese ginger, coriander
・White tilefish charcoal-grilled bonito stock, cucumber rubbed a la nage
・Ezo venison cutlets (this is the main course of the first round)
The course consists of two laps, which is an interesting idea. The main course of the first round is Ezo deer.
・"Gin and tonic" non-alcoholic, vinegar orange and caviar lime
・Gazpacho Gazpacho Jelly Cucumber Pickled in Rice Bran Beetroot
・Risotto, soft-shelled turtle, blowfish milt, duck eggplant
・Blue yuzu cold cappellini with kombu roil rom
・Wagyu Beef Tail Sauce Vin Rouge (2nd round main dish)
・An item not on the menu before dessert: Western-style maitake mushroom chimaki with saffron rice
・Dessert 1: Kawachi Bankan Yame Shiroori Tea Basil Sorbet
・Dessert 2: Peach, Almond Tofu, Red Perilla, Kishu Nanko Plum, Jelly Dropped Inside, Jelly with Color and Fragrance Removed from Peach Skin
・Tea confectionery wagon service
There is a strong sense of Japanese taste throughout, but everything has its own unique taste and there is no similarity. Satisfaction is high after two laps of the course. I think it's hard work for the staff to carry each plate from the kitchen downstairs to the audience on the second floor, but of course I don't apologize for that kind of trouble. Great overall. (Visit 2023.7)

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