Greek Taverna Milieu

Authentic Greek cuisine in the heart of Tokyo

Milieu was opened in 2009 by Masaharu Manaka, after discovering the Greek cuisine during his assignment as the Japanese Ambassador’s chef in Athens, Greece. Visit Milieu to taste the best authentic Greek food in Tokyo!

Born December 1, 1969 in Ibaraki Prefecture, Masaharu Manaka started his training as a chef at the age of 18. He moved to France at the age of 24, working at Hôtel de France’s Michelin star kitchen. At the age of 26, he started working at the Japanese Ambassador’s residence in Athens, Greece, discovering and learning the healthy local cuisine.

After returning to Japan, Mr Manaka worked as head chef of Que Sera and Ma Chambre in Roppongi 1-chome. He started as owner-chef of the French Restaurant & Cafe “Milieu” in Higashi Azabu in June 2009, which has been re-opened as “Greek Taverna Milieu” in March 2018.

Taverna Milieu

Authentic Greek cuisine in the heart of Tokyo

Milieu was opened in 2009 by Masaharu Manaka, after discovering the Greek cuisine during his assignment as the Japanese Ambassador’s chef in Athens, Greece. Visit Milieu to taste the best authentic Greek food in Tokyo!

WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT US

“Milieu’s authentic Greek dishes and convenient location make it perfect for casual dining and small events.”

HEALTHY GREEK DISHES

Greek food belongs to the Mediterranean family of cuisines, having originated in the island of Crete. Its signature ingredient is olive oil, which, combined with the wide variety of vegetables, makes Greek food among the healthiest in the world.
See the Menu!

WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT US

“Milieu’s authentic Greek dishes and convenient location make it perfect for casual dining and small events.”

HEALTHY GREEK DISHES

Greek food belongs to the Mediterranean family of cuisines, having originated in the island of Crete. Its signature ingredient is olive oil, which, combined with the wide variety of vegetables, makes Greek food among the healthiest in the world.
See the Menu!

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