Ore no French strives for quality food at reasonable prices, with all the classics from French onion soup and pâté to crème brûlée and steak frites.
Anyone who complains about the dearth of good French food in the Greater Tokyo region has obviously never set foot in Ore no French. Part of the “Ore no” restaurants under the Value Create group, their M.O. is quality food at reasonable prices. Ore no French delivers on that front. There’s a cover charge of just JPY300, and they serve all the classics from French onion soup and pâté to crème brûlée and steak frites. It’s a great place in Yokohama to get your French food fix.
Ore no French Yokohama
2-17-1 Minami-saiwai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, 220-0005
noon-3pm, 5pm-11pm (Monday-Friday), noon-11pm (Saturday, Sunday and national holidays).
Train and subway: 5-minute walk from the S. West exit of Yokohama Station.
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