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テルツォ Terzo 3

  • Italian
  • Ueno / Asakusa / Tokyo Skytree Area
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  • Price Rangelunch1,000~2,000JPY、dinner3,000~4,000JPY
  • ClosedOpen every day

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Ueno / Asakusa / Tokyo Skytree Area
1-5-9 Kinshi, Himamori Building 1st Floor Sumida-ku, Tokyo, 130-0013, Japan
  • Italian
Opening Hours
11:00-23:00(Last order at 22:00)
Open every day
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Date of post:2016/10/21

Casual and cozy Italian restaurant at reasonable price at Kinshicho

There are so many Italian restaurants in Tokyo.
Italian restaurants have been so common in our Japanese life and I've been to many of them.
And here is the one you should go in Kinshicho area, Terzo.

It's located one-minute walk from Kinshicho station.

I of course like their food, but I also like the casual and cozy atmosphere of their interior.

And I think that the food in about half of the Italian restaurants in Japan is just too salty.
When it’s salty and oily, people easily tend to think it tastes good.
But, the salty taste erases the other tastes of the food.

But, salty taste erases the other tastes of the food, which doesn't happen at Terzo.
Any fancy vegetables or any new ways to cook meat cannot be seen there, but all the familiar ingredients make up a perfect dish.

This is their lunch menu.
The regular lunch combo is 1,000yen, and you can choose from pasta, meat plate or curry.
You can also choose 3 items from the following options- bread, salad, soup, rice, and coffee/tea.
I had this pasta combo with bread, soup and coffee.
They run a bakery at different place in the area named Tom Tom.
So, you should try their bread as well.

Here comes the pumpkin and potato soup.

And pasta with bread.

Pasta of the day was tomato sauce with seasonal vegetables.
It had probably over 7 kinds of seasonal vegetables, and each of them nicely stood out and the combination with their tomato sauce was just perfect.

And the bread I like is the one with sesame seed.

The last is coffee.

I think that coffee at most of the Italian restaurants in Japan is either too sour or too light.
I strongly think that coffee should be bitter and a bit sweet without sugar.
And Terzo's coffee is very good too.

I visited there at lunch this time, but dinner time is also good with nice inexpensive Italian wines.

Unlike other restaurants nowadays at Tokyo, they still have some smoking tables even at lunch time.
But you never get bothered at non-smoking tables.

They also have some tables at outside terraces, and it's so nice if the weather is good.
They have many tables inside and outside, so you can visit with a big group.

I usually go there before the lunch time because it gets packed at lunch time.
And they have 90-minute limit at lunch time.

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