Updated: November 06, 2018
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3 Michelin Star Chef Pierre Gagnaire in Tokyo (Info & Reservation)

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Tokyo is THE most Michelin-starred decorated city in the world! Whether you want to highlight a special occasion, or you just want to try cuisine prepared by one of the best chefs in the world, Pierre Gagnaire, make a reservation and you'll be sure to have an unforgettable evening!

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Pierre Gagnaire

Pierre Gagnaire comes from a family of highly renowned chefs and it is only natural he followed in their footsteps. His father was a Michelin-starred chef, and he himself went on to open two and even three Michelin star restaurants. This accomplished chef was even named the best chef in the world in 2015, according to the French authoritative magazine "Le Chef".
He has 14 restaurants all over the world and one of them being in Tokyo.
The restaurant is located in the ANA Intercontinental Hotel in Akasaka, Tokyo. This restaurant has a sublime decor, but more importantly, the cuisine is incredibly creative and delectable. And the presentation...oh the presentation is art on a plate!

Location and Hours

The restaurant is accessible from Tameike-sanno Station (on the Namboke and Ginza Line). From the Exit 13, it is only a 2-minute walk.
Also, from Roppongi-itchome Station (on the Namboku Line), it is 2 minutes from Exit 3.

The restaurant is open for lunch from 11:30-13:30; and for dinner from 17:30-20:30.
The restaurant is closed on Mondays.

The restaurant closes surprisingly early, and it goes without saying that such a hyped restaurant requires a reservation. You might be able to make a reservation on your own, if not, you can use the reservation service available on our page (click the on the "Online Reservations" button below).

Menu

Lunch on weekdays is surprisingly affordable for such an elegant meal (4,650 yen). This lunch set comes with an appetizer, a main entree, and petit fours. There are two other options to choose from at Lunch, and they are between 7,000-11,500 yen. For the latter, you get to choose, an amuse-bouche, fish and meat, 3 types of desserts, coffee and petit fours.
The menus are seasonal and so each menu is a delectably adapted to the seasons.
A meal starts at 13,000 yen for dinner. The Balzac course is 30,000 yen per person and is the most mind-blowing dinner experience you will ever have!! This course comes with lime-flavored crab, blue lobster, citrus oyster and pork chops cooked "a la diable".
There is also a wine pairing for each dish.

Finally...

It's not every day that you can say that you ate at a 3-star Michelin restaurant, and probably a lot less often that it was one of the best chefs in the world! If you're looking for an unforgettable dining experience, you need to stop by Pierre Gagnaire's restaurant 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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