I celebrated my birthday a month belated at Beige this year – mostly because their birthday cakes are on my to-try list. I have a special attachment to this place despite it’s not one of the best restaurants I’ve visited in Tokyo. Revisiting for the third time is more about memories than food. (last review on their lunch menu)
Nevertheless, as a great fan of Alain Ducasse, I very much love the simplicity of the creations. The vegetable in the COOKPOT was irresistably fresh and juicy, highly recommended should you visit any restaurants under Alain Ducasse.
Beige features traditional French cuisine, and their cooking has improved over the years enough to be recognised by the Tokyo Michelin Guide. It was promoted to a two-star rating in 2012. If you’re looking for something for the traditional palate, look no further. Beige is a good choice, situated in the shopping district of Ginza, in Tokyo.
Tel: +1 03 51595500
Address: Chanel Ginza Building 10F, 3-5-3 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Visited on: 3 August, 2013
Price: Lunch – ￥5,000 ~ ￥12,000
Hours: Lunch: 11:30-16:30; Dinner: 18:00-23:30 (Closed Monday, Tuesday, Summer holidays and New year holidays)
Executive chef: Kei Kojima
Pastry Chef: Julien Kientzler