Restaurant Review: Il Cuore
I went to Il Cuore for lunch yesterday. Il cuore apparently means “the core” or “the heart” in Italian. (Can any TsukuBlog readers confirm that?) The restaurant is a bit hard to locate, but if you don’t mind getting a bit lost (and then, hopefully, getting a bit found) it is worth the effort.
I had the lunch set for 1680 yen. It is a bit pricey, but the quality of the food is high enough to warrant the price. The meal started with appetizers (a small meat dish and bruschetta), then there was a pasta course, followed by a meat course. Dessert and drinks were also included. The food was very tasty and served in an appealing way.
The restaurant is small and very tastefully decorated. There are large windows, which make the restaurant bright during the daytime, and the chairs are large and comfortable.
I would definitely go back to this restaurant again, and feel no qualms in recommending it to friends.
Address: Kise 1642-3, Tsukuba (click address for map)