Italian Gastronomy: Dinner at SOLOIO (may 2014) in Shizuoka City!




Service: Pro and very friendly
Equipment & Facilities: Great overall cleanliness and superb washroom. Entirely non-smoking!
Prices: Reasonable considering the quality
Strong points: Fresh local ingredients whenever possible. Both traditional and inventive Italian cuisine. Good wine list at moderate prices. Open late!

The other day I visited Solio , my favorite Italian Restaurant in Shizuoka City for the first time since last November and I noticed some changes in the opening hours!
Lunch: 11:30~13:30 (l.O.) (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday)
Dinner: 17:00~22:00 (l.o.), 17:00~23:: (Friday, Saturday)
Closed on Monday


But as usual the specialties of the day’s boar is still a joy to read!


and it is always a pleasure to discover the smiling faces of Chef Takehiko Katoh/加藤武彦さん/Sommelier Mieko Osawa/小澤三江子さ!


As for wine as usual, too, the best deal is ordering by the carafe, eminently enjoyable Italian Riesling in this case!


And the bread is always hme-baked!

Now, what did we have this time?


A carpaccio you will be hard put to find in Tokyo at that price for that quality!


Madai/true seabream from Shizuoka!


We always make a point to order banya cauda!


The vegetables are always from Shizuoka Prefcture!


And many of them are grown in Chef Takehiko Katoh/加藤武彦さん’s own garden!


A favorite of mine, a French delicacy served the Italian way!


Horsemeat tartare!


Another specialty which could considered as fusion Italian!


Sea urchin flan!


An appetizer to be savored slowly!


As the last dish (we had to skip dessert this time) was taking some time to prepare, so Chef Takehiko Katoh/加藤武彦さん gracefully served us a small appetizer of pan-fried zucchini and burdock root!


The dish we were waiting for is called “Stracotto di Stinco”!


Can you guess what it is? And there is enough of it for two!


Pig shin stewed in white wine for more than four hours!


And we didn’t leave anything!

looking forward to our summer’s dinner there again!


Chef Takehiko Katoh/加藤武彦さん/Sommelier Mieko Osawa/小澤三江子さん

420-0858 Shizuoka City, Aoi Ku, Tenmacho, 9-7, Kita, 1
Tel./fax: 054-260-4637
Business hours:
Lunch: 11:30~13:30 (l.O.) (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)
Dinner: 17:00~22:00 (l.o.), 17:00~23::00 (Friday, Saturday)
Closed on Monday
Credit cards OK
Private parties welcome!
Entirely non-smoking!


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