French Cuisine: Landes Duckling and Orange Salad at Pissenlit

Service: excellent and very friendly
Facilities: great washroom, great cleanliness overall
Prices: reasonable, good value.
Strong points: Interesting wine list. Great use of local products.
no-smoking-logoentirely non-smoking!

Tooru Arima is a lucky chef:
He has access to some of the best organic vegetables and fruit all year long in this country.
No wonder he can prepare this succulent salad with duckling from the Landes area in France and cook it to perfection before letting it cool down and cut it thin slices to be served with oranges from Shizuoka. As for the green leaf vegetables inclkuding trefoil, luccolla and others are all organic and from our prefecture.
Customers are lucky, too, aren’t they? LOL

420-0839 Shizuoka City, Aoi Ku, Takajo, 2-3-4
Tel.: 054-270-8768
Fax: 054-627-3868
Business hours: 11:30~14:30; 17:00~22:00
Closed on Tuesdays and Sunday evening
Homepage (Japanese)
Credit Cards OK

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2 thoughts on “French Cuisine: Landes Duckling and Orange Salad at Pissenlit”

  1. Another non-smoking restaurant! Awesome! Perhaps the term should be changed to a postiive message…something like “Smoke-free” or “Clean Air”…just noodling.

    Hope to visit this one soon.


    1. Dear Patricia!
      Still writing you from Kushime Island!
      New restaurants in Shizuoka are increasingly limiting or banning smaking altogether. Grat as far as I’m concerned as I’m a former smoker (20 years ago!)!
      I don’t know as far as the message can be changed but I’ll have a talk with local friends. Problem is that the Japanese would lose the meaning!


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