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I am not a Michelin guide inspector. I am just a person who enjoys a really good, a great dining experience and am more than happy to pay for it. I have been to a good number of Michelin-starred restaurants. And places that give me...More
Narisawa is actually small restaurant in rather secluded area in Tokyo. The place is in minimalist designed interior, by appointment fine dining. Omakaze style.
The food are all artistically presented. It is a full course lunch. Food are mostly ok, depending whether you eat anything....More
We add a fantastique evening in this well deserved 3 Michelin Stars restaurant, from the starter to the dessert, it was showcase of skills, technic and creativity. Beautiful dishes, exquisite ingredients, Deliciouse flavours, It doesn't get much better then that . On the service side,...More
Excellent food and service! We’ve visited the reatat last night and the team was kind enough to make a reservation changes at the very last moment even though this restaurant is usually booked for a month ahead!
The food is a total success as they...More
We had high expectations for this meal and it did not disappoint. You go here for the exquisite presentation, unusual combinations of food and the attentive service. You really need to be a foodie to appreciate it. We had dinner here with friends and we...More
Narisawa is a very creative restaurant and having lunch there is more an experience or adventure the a good meal. Of course as ranked # 18 restaurant in the world and #8 in Asia according to the best50 list the expectations are high and i...More
We’ve been in a Michelin restaurant binge and Narisawa blew us away with how innovative the cuisine and preparation is. Service is thoughtful and attentive, and the entire 15 course lunch is 2.5hrs which makes it quite overwhelming as we started to be fairly full...More
The food was nice, but it hard to see how it was has 2 Michelin Stars. It makes me lose faith the the Michelin ratings. Ive had better food elsewhere in Japan.Nothing was outstanding, which it should have been.
But it was the lack of...More
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Akasaka / Roppongi
Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants, bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art galleries.