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Kuu
  • Address

    Ishikawa Building B1F, 7-9-13, Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku

  • Open

    17:00-24:00

  • Close

    Open everyday

  • Card

    VISA, MasterCard, American Express, JCB

  • Memo

    Basement 1st floor of the building.
    5 min walk from JR Shinjuku station(West exit).
    Photos represent serving for 4.

Course

Kuu A ¥3,480

Charcoal grilled chicken
1 Charcoal grilled chicken

Chicken liver paste with garlic toast
2 Chicken liver paste with garlic toast

Salad of the day
3 Salad of the day

Sashimi of the day (3 kinds)
4 Sashimi of the day (3 kinds)

Deep-fried lotus root with fish cake and shirimp
5 Deep-fried lotus root with fish cake and shirimp

Chicken meatballs with soft-boiled egg
6 Chicken meatballs with soft-boiled egg

Chirashi Sushi
7 Chirashi Sushi

vinegared sixteen grain rice topped with seafood and various other ingredients

Creme brulee
8 Creme brulee

Kuu B ¥3,980

Charcoal grilled chicken
1 Charcoal grilled chicken

Deep-fried chicken wing with Japanese pepper
2 Deep-fried chicken wing with Japanese pepper

Chicken liver paste with garlic toast
3 Chicken liver paste with garlic toast

Salad of the day
4 Salad of the day

Sashimi of the day (3 kinds)
5 Sashimi of the day (3 kinds)

Deep-fried lotus root with fish cake and shirimp
6 Deep-fried lotus root with fish cake and shirimp

Chicken meatballs with soft-boiled egg
7 Chicken meatballs with soft-boiled egg

Chirashi Sushi
8 Chirashi Sushi

vinegared sixteen grain rice topped with seafood and various other ingredients

Creme brulee
9 Creme brulee


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