Le Risa

A new restaurant whose dishes are so delicious they should be in grandma’s recipe book. It has a local coffee-shop vibe with a wide selection of coffee drinks, smoothies, alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails, mouth-watering dishes, and some of the most delicious desserts I’ve ever had.

The chef’s tomato basil pasta was (from an American perspective) the best pasta I’ve ever had in Japan and better than any pasta I can recall in the U.S. I also had my first Dutch baby (pictures below) and it was incredible. The chef is an amazing cook and I’m now convinced that literally anything on the menu is delicious. I have yet to be disappointed.

The food does take a while, but it’s well worth the wait. In the meantime you can peruse the shelves of handmade soaps, essential oils, earrings, handbags, and more that are available for purchase.

The main menu changes every few weeks based on the season so you’re guaranteed to get fresh ingredients.

Note that seating is limited, so I recommend calling to make a reservation on the weekends.

If you have time to visit I definitely recommend this place!

HOURS: 10:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. & 5:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. (Last order at 8:30)

*Closed every Wednesday. Open Sunday for lunch only.

TEL: 0470-29-5924

WEBSITE: http://le-risa.com/

ADDRESS: 1054-1 Tomiurachō Tadara, Minamibōsō-shi, Chiba-ken 299-2404

*In walking distance to Tomiura station and the Tomiura Biwa Club bus stop.

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