Capricciosa is a Japanese Italian restaurant chain with over 130 locations across Japan. They've had a location in American Village next to the multiplex cinema for as long as we can remember. It's the perfect stop for a meal before the cinema if you fancy something different from the Tony Roma's that is next door.
The good (or bad) thing depending on how you look at it is that they serve a steady menu of good sized portions of Japanese Italian food which rarely changes. That way if you find a favorite item on the menu it's probably still going to be there when you go back again a month or two later!
The menus is pretty extensive, so you're unlikely to get bored. If you're feeling healthy there are several good salads in decent portions like the Caesar salad and also the smoked salmon salad. They also have some tempting appetizers including deep fried calamari and if you're feeling adventurous escargots in garlic butter sauce.
For main courses they have a wide variety of pasta, pizza and also a couple of meat choices. There are traditional Italian favorites such as carbonara but also more Japanese influenced Italian fare with several pasta dishes featuring fish including spaghetti with crab, spaghetti with clams in broth and spaghetti with calamari and onion in a squid ink sauce. There are around 4-5 other types of pasta dishes but more of the pasta here is spaghetti with accompanying sauces and ingredients.
Capricciosa is reasonable priced with most pasta dishes around 1000 yen although if you're feeling truly hungry you can double size your pasta!
Open 7 Days
8 Mihama, Chatan-cho, 904-0115