“Quindi” is an Italian restaurant with a commitment that uses only ingredients that are procured from reliable producers they met in person. The à la carte menu changes every day depending on the stocking situation of the day around the seasons. Not only food but also wine is provided to you with the desire to convey the thoughts of the producer. you can forget the hustle and bustle of Tokyo and enjoy the moment when the ingredients gathered from all over the country.
An Italian restaurant where the staff goes to the production site to purchase vegetables from Kyoto, Agu pork from Nakijin Village in Okinawa, and seasonings for wineries and handles only the ingredients of the producers they respect. Please also pay attention to the cooking and beautiful arrangement that highlight the goodness of the ingredients.
Why don’t you find your favorite one from over 150 kinds of wines?
The stylish interior is divided into four scenes such as table seats, sofa seats, and private room styles, and can be used for a wide range for dates, family meals with children, charter standing parties for up to 50 people.
There is also a corner for selling seasonings, tableware, and other items used in the restaurant. “If you bring home the ideas of our producers and us as souvenirs at home, it would be a good opportunity to think about food,” says Chef Ando.
Quindi’s recommended menu
Enjoy the taste of seasonal seafood “Akita Flatfish Carpaccio”
A dish of Akita flatfish salted with hot spring salt from Kumamoto, and roasted eggplant dip. Seafood dishes are prepared using the highest quality ingredients purchased on the day and are best cooked with ice water, soaked in vinegar, and baked in frost.
The deep taste of freshly made tomato sauce! “Ibaraki Hanaotome Tomato Spaghetti Pomodoro”
The tomatoes used are seasonal ones from all over the country. After ordering, the sauce is cooked and the vegetables are thoroughly fried, so you can enjoy a deep rich flavor while maintaining the aroma and freshness of the vegetables.
Addictive juiciness “Roasted Nakijin Agu pork thigh from Okinawa”
A dish that uses the original Agu pork from Nakijin Village, which is delicious in fat. The juiciness of the thigh meat that is cooked at a low temperature is attractive. Combined with the sauce made from the extract boiled from pork bones, you can enjoy the flavor of the ingredients as it is.
“Quindi” is in a good location, a 5-minute walk from Yoyogi Uehara. Please drop by when you come to Tokyo.