Mussels came to Persil all the way from France that year, too.
My friend asked me to join the party at Persil that is hidden bistro in Ginza after a year absence ! Of course, I joined them 🙂
Now we need to reserve seats in advance and they only accept reservation from particular people who has been regular customers since they did their business in Higashi-Ginza area. Because the restaurant is in the small private room in the building in Ginza. I can’t reserve, so I always appreciate my friend’s asking.
I love Persil’s this grape juice that sparkle just a little.
Bread. It’s very soft and slightly wet.
I feel like putting it into my pocket every time 😛
Pastes that should be eaten with breat 🙂
From left, pumpkin, mentaiko and baked eggplant.
That day’s specialty is it ! Mussels all the way from Mont Saint-Michel !
I ate it before, too. Two years’ absence since I had eaten it at Persil. Those mussels were rather small, but full of mussels in the pot !
I heard that it is one portion for French people, but we divided it into six portions 🙂
Dishes up by ourselves. We had second, third helpings of mussels from the pot.
And risotto cooked with mussels broth.
Dessert (plus daifuku: P)
Daifuku was my friend’s gift. The persimmon was tasty.
My friend already asked me to next party at Persil in December. I’m really looking forward to visitting there again !
About Persil (ぺるしぃ)
Address / 8F, 1-15-13, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Station / Ginza-itchome station (Tokyo metro)
Open / Appointment only