The reason why I revisited Kikunoi was not because of its stars, but rather the whole experience in getting the feeling of dining in a traditional kaiseki restaurant.
It’s a restaurant where you get a huge private dining room if you are dining with a group of friends. You can enjoy the view of the little garden from the room. In that case, it would be fun. Continue reading →
Many asked how I could score a reservation at the bucket-list restaurant Sukiybashi Jiro Honten for quite a few times, and with Jiro Ono san there serving sushi. To be honest, the quickest and most convienent way for me Continue reading →
While restaurants like Florilege, Esquisse, Quintessence features Japanese French cuisines, L’Osier is more of a traditionalist, just like Robuchon, Beige. Chef Chaignon was trained in Pierre Gagnaire in Paris, but his food doesn’t reminiscence too much of Pierre Gagnaire’s influence in my opinion. Continue reading →
It’s not easy to secure a seat at Sushi Saito, one of the highly rated sushi shop in Tokyo. Dining at Sushi Saito is like watching a performance, Saito san just draws your attention whenever he is making sushi. Continue reading →