Not far from Yoyogi Park and Meiji Shrine is a French restaurant in Victoria Plaza called Bistrot D’Artemis.
The bistrot is part of the Artemis legacy of current CEO Toshishige Yoda. Artemis produces and handles a wide range of products including organizational and time management products but also stationary and bags from Japan and sold in the country and also overseas.
Artemis has a Lunaute Stationary Store near Sangubashi Station, a French cuisine restaurant called L’Artemis in Shibuya near Jingumae Post Office.
And there is Bistrot D’Artemis near Meiji Jingu Shrine and Yoyogi Park.
The restaurant is open for lunch at noon to 2:30 p.m. and dinner at 5:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. and is open everyday with the exception of Tuesdays and the third Monday of each month. And they take VISA, Discover, American Express, Diners, JCB and NICOS credit cards.
May you be there for coffee or wine, enjoy the French decor with many antiques brought directly from France.
Inside you will find a high wine cellar with over a thousand bottles of wine from France.
During lunch, you will see a sign that promotes that day’s plate lunch with a salad. And also bread is served, so you do get a good portion for Y1,200.
While lunch is affordable, dinner is going to cost a bit more at Y1,290 to Y,2500+ and of course, depending on the year of the wine and the type of wine, if you are a wine connoisseur, if you want to try a numerous French wines, Bistrot D’Artemis is the place.
While my photos of the food didn’t come out that well, here are photos of the cuisine that Japanese patrons have shared on the Japanese restaurant review site, Tabelog: