French bistros are perfect when you feel like drinking wine and eating some good and affordable French food. There are many French bistros and brasseries within Tokyo, and here's our top picks!
Asagaya is one stop away from hip Koenji on the Chuo line, and a few stops before Kichijoji on the same line. It is surrounded by cool neighborhoods, but is still an understated fun place to visit. It's developping quickly and has a lot of nice fun and small bars and restos. You need to stop by if you love international cuisine in an unpretentious setting.
Combining sustainability and gastronomy, Chef Yoshihiro Narisawa, owner, and chef of NARISAWA, has pioneered a cuisine that focuses on connecting people with the natural environment. Experience innovative satoyama cuisine at this very exclusive and exquisite at this dining experience in Tokyo.
Wondering what to eat in Asakusa? They have a variety of restaurants to choose from. Just try these listed restaurants if you wish to have a unforgettable dining experience! Here is the selected 6 incredible restaurants offering great food and atmosphere.
If you're craving delicious French bread in Tokyo, you need to stop by Viron. There is even a lovely and authentic French bistro on the second floor. It's a nice place to stop by at any time of the day. By yourself or with friends, you can have some delicious food!
At the heart of Tokyo is Shibuya, a ward you will end visiting many times for eating, going out, exploring. While you're in the area, here are the best, must-visit French Restaurants in Shibuya. The restaurants are ranked from most affordable to most expensive.
Ebisu is a wonderful place to find authentic cuisine, let it be French, Italian, or Japanese, you know it will be la creme de la creme since the competition is so fierce. The great part is that although it is one of the fancier neighborhoods of Tokyo, you can still find some variety in the price range. We ranked these French restos in terms of price, the priciest ones being last.
There are a good many French-style bistros in Tokyo but few stand out as much as L'Amitie for authentic quality at a reasonable price. Here is more on this Takadanobaba French restaurant you should definitely try out!
L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon is a two Michelin star French restaurant in Tokyo that you need to visit! You can have delicious modern French cuisine in a casual, yet chic setting!
Ginza is a chic neighbourhood where many people go for window shopping, galleries and lunch/dinner. It is nice to stroll around in and it feel like Fifth Avenue and Paris' lovechild with a Japanese flair. Depending on your budget, these French restaurants vary in price, but going for lunch is affordable at most places.