Updated: November 06, 2018
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L'Effervescence In Tokyo (Info & Reservation)

This restaurant serves fine French cuisine with a Japanese inspiration. If you're willing to splurge and treat a loved one to an unforgettable experience, L'Effervescence is a two-star Michelin restaurant that will leave you in complete awe!

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This restaurant serves fine French cuisine with a Japanese touch. At L'Effervescence, you can enjoy two-star Michelin cuisine that will simply leave you speechless. For a special occasion, or an unforgettable dining experience, why not splurge for a night!
The atmosphere is welcoming, intimate and elegant. It also has a beautiful view of the garden, but no wonder how beautiful the decor, everyone has their eyes firmly fixed on the many gorgeous dishes.

Reservation Info

Reservations are a must. Please plan weeks ahead. You can make an online reservation through the JPNEAZY system linked below (click the "Online Reservations" button).

Location And Hours

This restaurant is located in Nishiazabu, half-way between Omotesando Station and Roppongi Station.
It is open for lunch from 12:00 to 16:00 (LO 13:30), and from 18:00-23:30 (LO 20:00).

*The dress code is smart and casual, but men are not allowed to wear shorts or sandals. They suggest a collared-shirt, however, a jacket and tie are not mandatory.


As you may have noticed, although the lunch service is from noon to 4 PM, the last order is at 1:30 PM, this is because the course was meant to be enjoyed over 2.5 or 3 hours. Same is true for dinner. The meal is intricate and prepared with the uttermost care so it seems only natural that you would take the time to savor meal slowly. What is more, the sommelier suggests a wine pairing that so beautifully brings out the dish's aroma. It is simply a work of art.

The courses serve French cuisine with a Japanese touch, for example, for the first dish, black truffle, brandade meet sake and botan-ebi, with a hint of grapefruit. Genius.

The lunch course is ¥10,000 and is an 8-course meal.*

The dinner course is ¥20,000 and is a 12-course meal.*

*(There is a 8% consumption tax and a 10% service charge)


This restaurant serves fine French cuisine with a Japanese inspiration. If you're looking for an unforgettable dining experience, you need to stop by l'effervescence for a special occasion!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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