Loving the cute theme museum but the story of the writer is abit boring. Overall its still nice for photo taking
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A little touch of France in the hills of Japan. A surprising find but worth a visit especially if you have read the book. Good English translation guide book but would have liked English subtitles on the film. Amazing attention to detail in the exhibits, a fresh baguette away from rural France!
Honestly at first I didn't have any expectations when my family and I decided to just eat here after we visited the museum, we were just really hungry. But alas, we were so surprised at how amazing the restaurant is. I can honestly say that this restaurant is one of the best French restaurant I tried in Japan, it's even... More
We went to the museum end of day and were hungry. To our delight the restaurant actually has a great chef and the presentations were whimsical...each dish tipping their hand to the magic images in the book. Star shaped eggs anyone? My son's dessert was a planetary fantasy. Oh...and there is wine for the grown ups. French wine. We were... More
A french oasis in the heart of Hakone. If you are at the Little Prince museum, a nice place for a meal. Steak was tasty and reasonable price.
We didnt plan to have lunch here initially. We came to see the museum and as we exit, we have a look at the restaurant menu and decided to give it a go. What a pleasant surprise! The entrecote was delicious and so was the fish of the day. We also ordered the desserts which was heavenly. Millefeuille and tiramisu.... More
I had a autumn luch course for 2500 yen. The food was excellent, waiters serve water at the right time and interior is cute. If you are stay around this french restaurant, I strongly recommend it for lunch. There's no need to enter the little prince museum.
It is a nice restaurant and not too crowded. Lovely pasta, fresh bread and Boiled tofu cutlet was delicious piping hot as a specialty.
If you are visiting the Little Prince Museum, you will need to drop by for lunch. There were four of us and we ordered 2 appetizers and 3 main course as well as 2 desserts. All of which are the chef recommendations and they are all very nicely done. The food were served elegantly, on plates that have the Little... More
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