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Rigoletto Kitchen
Rigoletto Kitchen
Rigoletto Kitchen

Rigoletto Kitchen is located in-between Shinbashi and Ginza where all the salary-men work. During lunch-time it gets packed with local business people. It’s an Italian/Spanish restaurant which serves a variety of affordable options for a great deal. I got the Assorted Mushroom Pasta (800yen) and added a B set (250yen) — which includes a sip of wine or juice before the meal, salad and drink. The pasta of the day (green spring pasta) was 900yen. The Panini was 900yen and includes a soup and drink in that price. What a great deal for the amount of food plus they don’t rush you to leave which is nice. The service was great too. My friend and I both enjoyed our pastas but the others who ordered the panini said it was more like a club sandwich than a panini.

When we saw the menu drawings, we immediately realized that this place is owned by the same owner as Hacienda Del Cielo, the Mexican place in Daikanyama!

Address // B1, 8-2-1, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan (map)
Phone Number // 03-5537-3351
Website // www.rigoletto.jp

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3 comments on “Rigoletto Kitchen

  1. I just found your blog and it is very good. We are going to Tokyo in 2 weeks and will be there about 20 days. We will be at the Grand Pacific LaDaiba for the first 6 days. Are any of the restaurants you’ve blogged about located near there?

    Patricia on
    • Thank you Patricia. Sounds like you’ll have plenty of time to explore Tokyo and try all the good cuisine here. Unfortunately, I haven’t yet blogged about very many restaurants in Odaiba (the area you staying), but there should be plenty of good eats around there. The breakfast place I blogged about a few days ago named “BILLS” also has a location in Odaiba so I would definitely recommend having breakfast/brunch there. I would also recommend you check out “Breadworks” which is located on Tennozu Isle and is also near your hotel. I hope you have a great trip and enjoy Tokyo :)

      maki on
  2. that does look more like a club sandwich! a very good one too ;)

    Jules on

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