Ebisu is heaven in terms of food diversity and food quality! You can find any type of food you fancy in this awesome neighborhood. The best part is that although it's a fancy neighborhood, the price range is also diverse. You can find cheap eats that are out of this world, and there are also unforgettable sushi restaurants (but be prepared to pay the price)! Here, we narrowed down the best restos, all genres included!
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.
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!
'Aux Gourmands' is a little French restaurant hidden away in Azabudai, Tokyo. The more traditional items such as the charcoal grilled wagyu steak and the truffle risotto are of course delicious, but the surprising dish this little shop is known for is actually a bowl of ramen!
The name might lead you to think that Beard is a barber shop, but the place is actually a really nice, gem of a restaurant located in a quiet part of Meguro! Note: This store was temporary, and is now closed. The chef opened a new restaurant in Jinbocho: https://favy-jp.com/topics/2830
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.
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.
This cosy French Asian fusion restaurant in trendy Akasaka, Tokyo brings a delightful double act to diners. Combining traditional Japanese hospitality with complex French and Japanese cuisine this is a restaurant to experience when you come to Tokyo.
No matter the reason you want to try French cuisine in Kyoto, let it be a change of pace or you are simply craving French cuisine, be sure to try these sublime French restaurants in the breath-taking city of Kyoto! Have a lovely trip!