Scorpione Stazione (スコルピオーネ・スタツィオーネ)

Credits: Tabelog
Sunday brunch at this Italian restaurant conveniently located at Yurakucho Station (有楽町駅). The brunch set includes an appetizer, a pasta/risotto, a meat entree, dessert and a coffee/ice is around 3000 JPY.

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Bread fresh from the oven.

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Fixed course: Appetiser for the day.

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We had various orders for the pasta/risotto selection. Risotto

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Sea urchin sauce pasta (fancy isn’t it?)

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Clam and zucchini pasta

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Meat selection. Grilled fish of the day, the carrot was super slim……but all the vegetables were very fresh.

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The only adventurous person from our group who ordered: a grilled bunny……yeah…..I didn’t dare to try it. She said it tasted like a bit of chicken and pork.

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Grilled chicken

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Grilled pork, which was a little dry but the charred skin was very fragrant.

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Dessert plate which was super delicous. The Japanese are always doing such a great job with the dessert which is not too sweet and always exquisite. I am usually not a dessert person but I just polished everything off the plate.

Address:東京都千代田区丸の内3-8-3 インフォス カフェ棟 1F

scorpione stazione
If you had seen the tiny strawberry on the dessert plate. It is a genetically modified strawberry called “the taste of first love” (basically white strawberry) and freaking expensive. It is almost like 400JPY for one big strawberry. This box of 6 strawberries would actually set you back like 1800JPY. Usually available between February to April in Japan.

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