<<Reservation Only>> Osteria Vai-getsu <Noda Village>

Araumi Hotate to fruits no Salad shitate(Salad with rough sea scallops and fruits)- Enjoy 'mariage' (marriage) of saltiness of rough sea scallops and sweetness of fruits

  • Noda-village
  • Food
  • Italian food

Recommended Menu

Pick-up Menu
[Standard menu] Araumi Hotate to fruits no Salad shitate(Salad with rough sea scallops and fruits)(dinner only)
Price for the pick-up menu
1,000 yen * Price will vary depending on the purchase situation on the day.
Other menus
Araumi Hotate no spaghetti(Rough sea scallop spaghetti) (2,000 yen including tax), Tori momoniku no confit (chicken thigh confit) (1,200 yen including tax), Vai-getsu pizza (1,200 yen including tax), Weekly lunch (800 yen including tax), etc.

Store Information

Phone number
<Reservation only> 050-5438-7562
Address
31-7-1 Noda-mura, Kunohe-gun, Iwate
Access using Public Transportation
1 minute walk from Sanriku Railway Rikuchu Noda Station
Opening Hours
Lunch 11: 30-14: 00, Cafe 11: 30-16: 30 / Dinner 17: 30-21: 00 (Closed 22:00)
Closed
Currently, it opens by reservation only for the convenience of the chef, so please make a reservation in advance by telephone.
Number of car parking
8 cars
Number of Seats
20 seats
Group acceptance
Reservation required
Shop's Website
https://www.osteriavai-getsu.com/
SNS
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Shop descriptions
Araumi Hotate(rough sea scallops) grown in the open sea of Noda Village are characterized by clear taste and no miscellaneous taste. Mariage(marriage) of saltiness of scallops and sweetness of fruits makes it a great match for white wines. When chef Tomoko Ando finished her training in Tokyo and came back to her home town of Noda Village, she was convinced that "Noda Village is a treasure trove of ingredients." This is a small restaurant for local consumption of what is produced locally, that was opened with the great desire to please the villagers.

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