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Place to stay where everybody is used to smile mainly on south France and wine of the Alsace district.
Bistro is opened on March 13, 2018 by Shizuoka, falconer "passage falconer". It is shop to be able to enjoy wine and traditional dish of the French Alsace district and Province district which chef of owner and administrative dietitian with studying abroad experience weaves to Cannes. Dishes that we will appreciate ratatouille, Nice-style salad, bekkofu, shukuruto, kugurofu by all means. VONA petticoat (have) a lot of with naturalism wine which bathed in dry climate of south France and solar light brightly. We prepare a lot of wine to be able to drink only here in Shizuoka. In addition, we just brought MARCHE of France to Japan. We sell flowers arranged at store and shade, jazz which are stripe of blue and white play and can play piano, too. We can drink liquor from the day. Please spend a luxury time in elegance. [takeout OK, delivery OK]
・Hors d'oeuvre one person 2,800 yen ... of seasonal vegetables and roast beef
※We accept from 4.5 portions. ・The naturalism wine home delivery 2,480 yen - 5,000 yen level of France
・It is snacks various 780 yen - 2,500 yen with wine delivery and set
※Delivery correspondence is possible only at the time of wine and order by embracing each other.
We can deliver from 10,000 yen (tax-excluded) of wine and meal in total.
※A radius of 5 kilos is from home delivery or designated place consultation Shizuoka Station required and Shimizu Station.
For more details, please refer.
Business usually supports closure takeout and delivery for the time being
As for eating and drinking in shop, basics are impossible ※Consultation required
(as of April 24, 2020)
- Spot Name Falconer VONA petticoat! Wine bar & Café "Bon appetit!"
- Phone 054-275-1410
- Address 〒420-0839 2-10-8, Takajo, Aoi-ku, Shizuoka-shi, Shizuoka passage falconer
- Hours Water, Friday and Saturday 11:30-13:30 18:00-23:00 fire, Thursday 18:00-23:00 Sunday 9:00-15:00
- Closed On Monday
- Parking -
- Average Cost -
- Homepage http://www.at-s.com/gourmet/article/yoshoku/french/474886.html