1 minute from Kamakura station (JO-07, JS-07), west exit.
- Private Room
- Non-Smoking Seats
- Online Booking
- Party Menu
- Birthday Privilege
- English Menu
- English Speaking Staff
- Antiallergic food
In a small alley in the center of Kamakura, Restaurant Laîné invites its guests to dive into a traditional familial French atmosphere. Born in Normandy, Anthony Laîné specializes in the treatment of the meat and elaborate sauces to help guests to savour the delicacy of the cuts in their best form. With a capacity of 30 seats plus a private room for 7, lose yourself into the authentic French charm of the restaurant during your trip in the unmissable Kamakura.
Key Points :Combining local vegetables and meat with imported products such as French cheese, olives or the rare Scottish grouse, the chef delivers an always changing menu that highlights the variety of each season. The chef also prepares the various charcuterie, like cured ham or duck terrine, he serves in the restaurant himself. To assist him in delivering a complete experience, his wife, Izumi Laîné attended the renowned Le Cordon Bleu studying different specializations, including patisserie.
Recommended Dishes :Along with an a la carte selection, Restaurant Laîné offers different menus. The weekday lunch menu (¥2,500) is a fixed course that consists of an appetizer, main dish and dessert. The ¥3,800 and ¥5,000 menus let guests choose among a wider selection of dishes and while both include two distinctive appetizers, the second appetizer of the latter consists of seasonal seafood. After that, guests will choose from a selection of main dishes and then, depending on the guests’ appetite, either a dessert or a selection of cheese will conclude the meal. Regarding desserts, our suggestion would be the croustade de pommes (¥1,000) that introduces to all of Normandy thanks to its salted caramel, apples and crème patissière. Restaurant Laîné can also, upon reservation, provide an Omakase course (¥7,000), accommodate groups with buffets for their event and are able to prepare vegetarian or allergy-friendly menu. To enrich the experience, Normandy cider or a wide selection of French wines can all be enjoyed by the bottle or glass, including the famous Châteauneuf-du-Pape (¥1,500).
- 10-4 Onarimachi, Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture
- 1 minute from Kamakura station (JO-07, JS-07), west exit.
- 0467-40-3008(Please mention JAPAN RESTAURANT.net for making reservations)
- 11:15am-2pm (LO); 5pm-8pm (LO).
- Closed On:
- Closed on Tuesdays and the 4th Monday of the month.
- Credit cards accepted: