Restaurant / Cafes

Restaurant: Brasserie Paul Bocuse Le Musee (3F)

Brasserie Paul Bocuse Le Musee seeks to fulfill what Paul Bocuse regards as his mission: to give more people in Japan the chance of enjoying the delights of French cuisine by making it available at affordable prices. The Brasserie offers authentic French food, using ingredients of the highest quality.

MENU http://www.paulbocuse.jp/eng/musee/
CONTACT TEL: +81-3-5770-8161
OPENING HOURS Lunch Time
11:00-16:00 L.O.
Dinner Time
16:00-21:00 (19:30 L.O.)
*Fridays -22:00 (20:30 L.O.)
SEATS 182 seats
We accept reservations for dinner only.
(We accept no lunch reservations)
CLOSED Every Tuesday
The restaurant will open on Tuesdays that fall on holidays, and close the next day.

Cafe: Salon de The Rond (2F)

Salon de The Rond tea salon sits high atop a gigantic inverted cone and takes its name from its location in this round space. Visitors can enjoy conversing with each other in an atmosphere of elegance while enjoying the finest teas and desserts. The Salon offers an assortment of delicious treats, including sandwiches and a variety of cakes, as well as tea, coffee, and a selection of wines.

CONTACT TEL: +81-3-5770-8162
OPENING HOURS 11:00-18:00 (Fri 11:00-19:00)
SEATS 82 seats
CLOSED Every Tuesday
The cafe will open on Tuesdays that fall on holidays, and close the next day.

Cafe: Cafe Coquille (1F)

Set against a glass curtain wall that is rippled like a coquille (shell), the cafe features a spacious atrium with a 21-meter-high ceiling and a bright, wide-open terrace. Located at the first floor atrium of The National Art Center, Tokyo, Cafe Coquille is an ideal meeting spot and it also offers a time for pleasant delights after exploring the Center. The cafe has a selection of beverages and snacks for visitors who would like to have a quick break.

CONTACT TEL: +81-3-5770-8164
OPENING HOURS 10:00-18:00 (Fri 10:00-20:00)
SEATS 154 seats inside, 60 seats outside
CLOSED Every Tuesday
The cafe will open on Tuesdays that fall on holidays, and close the next day.

Cafe: Cafeteria Carre (B1)

Cafeteria Carre, an expansive square (carre) space where visitors can converse freely while enjoying a light meal, is joined to the first floor lobby by their common stairwell. Selections, including set meals, light entrees and desserts, are served in a cafeteria style.

CONTACT TEL: +81-3-5770-8163
OPENING HOURS 11:00-18:00 (Fri 11:00-19:00)
SEATS 120 seats
CLOSED Every Tuesday The cafe will open on Tuesdays that fall on holidays, and close the next day.

All dining facilities in The National Art Center, Tokyo are operated by Hiramatsu Inc.
http://www.hiramatsu.co.jp