Service: very friendly and laid-back!
Equipment & Facilities：overall very clean . Excellent washroom
Strong points：Southern, Italian and ethnic cuisines. All kinds of wine! Mainly local ingredients used.
Akira Fukui is not only a great chef but he supports actively local producers and fishermen by using as many of their products as possible, thus making Kuroneko Tei a very popular place in Hamamatsu City where it is always a good idea to reserve in advance!
Apart of the regular menu make a point to check the additions of the day and eventually have a word with “Fuku Chan# before ordering!
Yesterday was a belatedly late visit and we did eat our full. Now, what did we order?
French Bordeaux white wine to start first of all!
The snack coming with the first drink!
A big salad not feature d on the menu!
Mochi Ton pork and raw ham millefeuille！
Italian or French, difficult to say, but really delicious!
Red squid sauteed with garlic!
Change of wine with a South African red!
Sri Lankan Curry with whole rice!
Just a little spicy!
Instead of dessert we opted spaghetti with grilled shiradu!
See you there again soon
430-0931 Hamamatsu City, naka Ku, Shinmai Cho, 315-8 (near Shimizu Bank)
Opening hours: 18:00~24:00
Closed on Tuesdays
Credit cards OK
The second floor can be made all on-smoking!
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