Yakitori, Japanese & French
3 minutes from Roppongi station (HO4/E23), exit 2
- Private Room
- Non-Smoking Seats
- English Menu
- English Speaking Staff
- Antiallergic food
“Obelisk” comes from Greek meaning “skewer” and “monument” in English. With the addition of the French article “la” comes the name Lobelisque. With gluten-free yakitori and French Influences, this innovative restaurant seeks to provide an unforgettable yakitori experience, reminiscent of viewing a magnificent monument for the first time.
Key Points :With a menu that combines Japanese yakitori, French sauces and a generous dose of umami brought out through fermentation, Lobelisque offers a calm atmosphere with modern, luxurious décor, where diners can enjoy this unique fusion of Japanese and French flavors. The three delicious courses each provide guests with a distinct dining experience. Seating options include counter and box seating, semi-private rooms seating up to 12 and a VIP room that seats 6. Furthermore, everything on the menu, from the wines and sakes to the appetizers, pasta and desserts are gluten-free, making this a great choice for anyone sensitive or allergic to gluten.
Recommended Dishes :The NANAMI course is a great entry point for anyone visiting Lobelisque for the first time. For ¥9,500, this course offers customers a soup, appetizer, liver pate, four assorted chicken skewers, pasta and dessert. This course contains no chicken organ skewers. As with all of the options provided by Lobelisque, this course is 100% gluten-free.
Lobelisque also offers a lunch course on Saturdays for ¥5,000, as well as two other dinner courses, the TASUKU course (¥6,500) and the HIDEYOSHI course (¥15,000). Please note that there is no a la care menu.
- EDGE Bldg. 1F, 1-1-1 Nishi-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo
- 3 minutes from Roppongi station (HO4/E23), exit 2
- 03-6434-5454(Please mention JAPAN RESTAURANT.net for making reservations)
- Lunch: Sat: noon-3pm (LO 2pm); Dinner: 5:30pm-11pm (LO 10pm)
- Closed On:
- Closed Sundays and the 2nd and 4th Mondays