We have found a popular and superb dining bar located in the south exit of Tachikawa station. Why don’t you go to the bar, which is always crowded with regular customers, and enjoy eating tasty French cuisine, wine and sake!
You will find the green exterior and a wooden door. What is the meaning of “Charcoal” and “V.V” on the door?
Contrasting with a vivid green color of the exterior, the interior is arranged with the color of red, giving an adult-like atmosphere. The table setting must give you a sense of elegance.
Mr. Tomohiro HAZAMA, the owner and chef of the restaurant, and Ms. Mii Hazama, his wife and the sommelier, were classmates in a cooking school. Mr. Hazama had a training of French cuisine in France, and Ms. Hazama worked at a restaurant as a sommelier in Tokyo. After they got married, they moved to Tachikawa.
Vegetable mousse and chicken soup jelly parfait. The beautiful red-collar radish mousse melts in the mouth.
V.V amuse, 800 yen (tax not included)
A variety of wine and Japanese sake are prepared. Today’s delectable drinks are served for the food of your choice.
Today’s Japanese sake, from 600 yen; Today’s glass of wine, from 800 yen
They opened the restaurant in 2015. The name of V.V. comes from ‘Viande’ meaning meat, ‘Vin’ for Vino and Vieilles Vignes for old grape wood. The chef grills over a charcoal fire to make ingredients the most delicious, and along with the madam, creates a comfortable place where their guests can enjoy the great parings between the chef’s delicious cooking plates and a glass of excellent wine. Madam Mii says, “Sommelier’s work is basically a service to customers. Besides selecting good wine and sake, we will give our guests a warm welcome.” V.V. is surely a superb elegant genuine French restaurant, which offers a real amenity to mature adults.
|Shop Name||Charcoal Grills and Wine, V.V. Tachikawa|
|Address||Ito building 1F, 2-3-31 Nishiki-cho, Tachikawa city|