Updated: February 25, 2019
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Luxis in Ebisu, Tokyo, Enjoy a Stunning Aquarium While Having Dinner

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Luxis in Ebisu, Tokyo is a high-end Italian restaurant with a unique and stunning decor. As you walk down the stairs, you will be mesmerized by the blue lights and luxurious atmosphere. And as you continue walking, you will see the absolutely breath-taking aquarium.

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Luxis Tokyo

Luxis in Ebisu, Tokyo is a high-end Italian restaurant with a unique and stunning decor. As you walk down the stairs, you will be mesmerized by the blue lights and luxurious decor. And as you continue walking, you will see the absolutely breath-taking aquarium.

There are different types of exotic fish swimming around in the aquarium and also a beautiful turtle.
Usually, gimmicky restaurants don't have to make an effort cooking-wise to attract customers because people will come anyway, but this restaurant actually serves great Italian cuisine!

Menu

Because of its stunning decor and its great food, many people come to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries or a girls' night out!
There is an birthday course (¥10,000/person) and includes A5-rank beef, pasta, fish and the daily dessert. There is also a ¥1,080 table charge.

For anniversaries, there is a special course (¥8,800/person) and comes with appetizers, pasta, fish and a meat dish, and of course dessert.
You can also order a la carte, the Japanese beef foie gras is a house specialty and the charcoal grilled lamb is also a must-try! You can also try Japanese beef prepared for an Italian dish!
There are many other courses to choose from, such as the pasta and main dish course for ¥4,800.

There are some all-you-can-drink options with some courses as well if you're planning on drinking with your friends. And there are even all-you-can-drink courses only for women.
Luxis is a great place to celebrate something or someone special.

Finally...

Have an unforgettable evening in Ebisu at Luxis with friends and loved ones! Santé!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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