Un Quinto

This quaint Italian restaurant is right outside of the Fussa gate in what appears to be former military housing. It offers delicious Italian food at reasonable prices.  Diners can enjoy a well-prepared meal easily during their lunch hour thanks to the limited lunch menu and attentive staff.  However, going early is recommended as it does fill up fast and seating is limited due to the restaurant’s small size.
un quinto by kelly odonnellThe lunch menu includes two sets. Course A consists of pasta with your choice of sauce, slice of garlic bread and a drink for ¥1,000; Course B includes a salad, pasta, garlic bread, drink and dessert for ¥1,470. A much larger menu is available for dinner and includes a wider selection of appetizers, pastas and entrees ranging from ¥1,300 to ¥1,800.  The Un Quinto salad is highly recommended as are the desserts.  Full English menus are available for both lunch and dinner. A small parking area is located behind the restaurant. Lunch:  11:30am-2pm. Dinner:  5pm-10pm (last order at 9:30pm) Telephone:  042-552-6052
DIRECTIONS: From the Fussa Gate, cross Route 16 and make a left.  The restaurant will be located on your right after an approximate 1 minute walk. Aggie Pabst and Kate Boyer 2008

3 Responses to Un Quinto

  1. No smoking, welcomes family with kids, small portions, and kinda expensive. Had small sample appetizer set, salad, lasagna, gnocchi; came out to be around 5,000 yen ($45). Dishes are delicious and I would put them up there with most restaurants in NYC and Los Angeles. I recommend the lasagna that comes on a hot clay pot!

  2. We had a great meal here. As a previous comment mentioned, it was kid-friendly (we brought our one year-old). We enjoyed and would recommend the mozzarella and tomato salad, minestrone soup, spaghetti carbonara, swordfish, and beef and veggie croquettes (special menu). The food seemed fairly priced for the quality and quantity. The portions were larger than expected for everything but the soup. Quick walk from base!

  3. We were there Oct 19th, 2017 on our pass-thru Yokota. It was convenient because it was right outside the gate. It is a little old hut with lots of character and English menu. We had the Italian sausage with homemade pasta in a broccoli cream sauce and a lemon beer (the waitress reminded me that it was “no alcohol”). Definitely good food if you don’t mind $15-$20/entree. Highly recommended.

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