The Daikanyama-Ebisu-Nakameguro triangle is a popular haven for those in search of something elegant but casual—something like, say, the new Trattoria Baccano (2F, 1-3-10 Ebisu-Nishi, Shibuya-ku; http://r.gnavi.co.jp/ga36200). This Italian hideaway uses only seasonal ingredients brought in daily from local producers, including beef from Fujii Farms in Ibaraki. Fill up on savory Italian dishes like seafood risotto (¥1,500), homemade pastas (¥1,200-¥1,600) and Tuscan-style wagyu red-wine stew (¥1,600). The list of mainly Italian wines features solid offerings ranging from Trebbiano D’Abruzzo (¥3,000) to Rosso di Notri (¥5,500).
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