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With only two seatings of eight people per night, the word exclusive only begins to describe the experience at this unique restaurant. Located inside the highly-regarded Mandarin Oriental hotel in the Nihonbashi business district, Tapas Molecular Bar treats diners to a seasonal prix fixe menu of 20-30 small plates, each crafted with an exquisite level of detail and artistry. True to its name, the science of tasting is put on display here, where the chef employs such non-traditional implements as syringes and pipettes in the preparation of what is most certainly a meal as delicious as it is fascinating to witness. The dress code is described as "smart casual," so one need not go overboard with the dressing and just immerse themselves in the unique experience.
Una cena japonesa con un toque francés exquisito es lo que propone Signature. Emplazado en un espacio muy sofisticado, Signature sirve las preparaciones más eclécticas de Tokio y permite que los comensales saboreen foie gras con vino espumante. Signature también cuenta con una carta de vinos tan extensa que garantiza el maridaje perfecto los estará esperando para acompañarlo mientras disfrutan de la vista que ofrece estar en el piso 37 del imponente hotel Mandarin Oriental. Una opción ideal para quienes estén pensando en organizar un almuerzo especial, este restaurante de Tokio que conforma la Guía Michelin ofrece un espacio abierto y luminoso que sin duda les dará una experiencia gastronómica única en Tokio.
Si tienen un paladar aventurero sabrán apreciar K'shiki. Ubicado en el piso 38 del hotel Mandarin Oriental, el restaurante ofrece una vista panorámica de la ciudad. Pidan algo rápido, como una ensalada o un sándwich, o disfruten de una comida lenta y tranquila; no importa qué opción elijan, la comida será innovadora y deliciosa. La influencia asiática resulta bastante aparente no solo en la decoración sino también en la comida, pero sin dudas no es tradicional. El staff es eficiente y atento, siempre listo para hacer alguna buena recomendación. Si bien notarán que K'shiki está pensado para los amantes de los mariscos, también ofrece deliciosas pizzas y platos con carne, una flexibilidad que lo convierte en el sitio perfecto para vivir una experiencia gastronómica única.
This self-styled Grand Maison has a beautiful setting in which you can enjoy classic French cuisine. The restaurant is adorned with paintings and sculptures by the likes of Goya, Kandinsky, and Rodin - and all are genuine pieces. The restaurant, uniquely, doubles as an art gallery and is surrounded by the works of masters, which only heightens a diner's anticipation for the food. And it doesn't disappoint - it is rich, redolent of truffles and butter. There is an excellent cheese selection, as well as an, intimidatingly vast wine cellar; the restaurant carries vintages of Chateau Petrus but more affordable choices are available.
If there's one drink that goes wonderfully with French food, it's wine. This is a terrific restaurant which serves a variation of French and Japanese dishes with a selection of wines from various countries. Try their foie gras don, which consists of foie gras served over rice and sprinkled with green onions and ginger - it's a real knockout. Completing the experience is the elegant atmosphere and decor, which is distinctly French in flavor.
Located in the Hotel Imperial, Les Saisons has a respectable reputation and is known for its variety and the chef's fearless experimentation. Chef Thierry Voisin has breathed a refreshing life into the restaurant, making Les Saisons a must-visit French restaurant once again; no mean feat considering this is a city with more than its fair share of fine French dining. All the classics are here - French sole, lobster, loin of beef - and the luxurious dining room setting contributes to an elegant dining experience.
Kyo Aji's reputation precedes it - it is exceedingly popular with gourmet locals, who flock to it for its imaginative, highly original Japanese cuisine. The 'Kyo' in the title refers to Kyoto, whose cuisine the restaurant is dedicated to. Chef Nishi serves up a spectacular menu comprising of matsutake mushrooms, hamo (conger eel) and other versions of popular delicacies, all adhering to Japanese gourmet sensibilities - and then some. This Michelin starred restaurant is a must visit however you need to reserve either months in advance or accompany a regular to get an easy entry.
Con una historia culinaria muy estimada que se remonta hasta los días del siglo XIV, este restaurante elegante ofrece una experiencia gastronómica que pocos pueden igualar. Ubicado a pasos del lobby principal del Hotel New Otani, el restaurante propone una decoración tan opulenta como el menú. El foie gras de ganso es una de las entradas imperdibles, mientras que el pato asado es el plato principal insignia de la cocina. La carta de vinos, tal como uno esperaría de un restaurante francés, es excelente y la oferta incluye copa o botella.
Mitsuhiro Komuro's restaurant was honored with a Michelin star, reflecting and rewarding the chef's attention to detail and his skill with kaiseki cuisine (Japanese multi-course dinner). Dinner at Komuro includes specialties such as conger eel or, in the summer, matsutake mushrooms harvested from forests in western Japan. The restaurant is tiny and seating is limited. If you can, book a one of the eight counter seats, where you can have an informal chat with the chef and marvel as he prepares your meal.
Azure 45 at The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo is an award-winning, Michelin Star contemporary restaurant that focuses on French cuisine. Perched on the 45th floor of the hotel, it offers mesmerizing views of the Tokyo cityscape that creates a romantic atmosphere. The inspired menu features the best ingredients from around the globe that are artistically presented with an eye for detail . The seafood options stand out on the menu as some of the best in town, especially the Scottish blue lobster. The upscale ambiance encourages you to look your elegant best before stepping into this classy establishment. With a Michelin star under its belt, Azure 45 is making waves on Japan's fine dining scene and is not to be missed for those who don't mind splurging for a meal.
Located in an alleyway, beneath a yellow canopy, lies Kitajima-tei, one of Tokyo's best-known and best loved French bistros. The restaurant is beautifully decorated and the food immaculately presented. The owner and chef, Motoyuki Kitajima, trained at two highly regarded French restaurants, Troisgros and Georges Blanc, and the resulting food is a seamless combination of Japanese and French cuisine. The menu can be daunting but staff are more than happy to help confused diners.
Then Hal Yamashita's has to be high on your list. The chef, Haruyuki Yamashita, sourced a kimoto-style sake from Nada, one of the best-known and respected sake districts in Japan and it is exclusive to Hal Yamashita. The chef also considers quality ingredients to be the building blocks of his cooking; the restaurant uses only organic rice and vegetables, alongside Kobe, Tajima and Awaji beef, and specially purified water. The food is exquisitely seasoned and presented, and the Zen-like peacefulness of the atmosphere makes for a unique dining experience.