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“Mitteran”, a stand-up style French restaurant

“Mitteran”, a stand-up style French restaurant

This stand-up French restaurant is gathering a lot of attention!

I visited “Mitteran”, a stand-up style restaurant that is gathering a lot of attention, for the first time!
When speaking about eating while standing up, the standard foods that always came to mind used to be udon, soba, or kushikatsu (fried pork and negi on skewers,) but these days stand-up style restaurants for other kinds of foods, such as sushi or yakiniku (grilled meat,) are on the increase.
What makes this restaurant really attractive is that dishes that would usually be part of a 20,000 to 30,000 yen course in a luxurious French restaurant are available for about 1,000 yen a plate!!!

This is what I went to eat there today!
1. (Limited to 10 servings) One Whole Lobster (Sauce Américaine) 1,480 yen!


2. (Limited to 15 servings) Beef Fillet Rossini (topped with foie gras) 1,280 yen


3. Herb Crusted Roast Leg of Lamb with Grain Mustard 980 yen




store Mitteran
tel 06-4708-5369
address 2-3-32, Shinsaibashisuji, Chuo-ku Osaka-shi, Osaka,
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transport 407m from Osaka Namba Station
opening hours 16:00~24:00(L.O.23:00)
holiday Irregular
Original(Written in Japanese)



A housewife who, more than shopping or anything, loves to try out foods. Especially likes "local foods", vegetables and delicacies. Drinks shochu on the rocks, and likes dry sake and full-bodied wine. Has many food-related qualifications such as: Vegetable Sommelier, Food Analyst, Food Life Advisor, Cooking Certificate, Japan Chopsticks Education Instructor, Oyster Meister.