Review excerpt: Argile is perfect for long, leisurely lunches. There are two options for diners to splurge on: five courses (¥7,000) or three (¥5,000, with no meat dish or pre-dessert).

Review excerpt: You won’t find many avant-garde accents on the menu here (for these, you need to book yourself into Marx’s fine-dining restaurant next door). At Bistro Marx the focus is firmly on the satisfying staples of French everyday cooking — but executed with ...

Review excerpt: After a year in the wilderness chef Shinsuke Ishii is back in action, and it has been a long and frustrating wait for him. At the beginning of 2015, he was in charge of the kitchen at one of Tokyo’s most popular — and ...

Review excerpt: Perched on the second floor of a sleek new building overlooking the cherry trees lining the banks of the Meguro River, Craftale has a view to kill for, especially when the blossoms are at their peak. But the main reason for making the ...

[Sponsored] For meat lovers who want to enjoy a delectable collaboration of dry-aged Kobe beef and French cuisine, Premium Pound Kamiyacho is definitely the place to go. The chef pairs an extensive knowledge of French cooking and Kobe beef in a variety of delicious courses ...

What you'll find at artisan baker Chrisophe Vasseur’s first French pastry cafe in Japan: buttery, crumbly croissants that virtually disintegrate as you start aiming for your mouth; giant whirls filled with pistachio paste and chocolate chips, egg tartlets and pastries with fresh mango ... ...

The lunch menu is limited but offers French staples such as quiche, croque-madame, similar to the croque-monsieur but topped with an egg. I started with the brightest cake on the menu, tarte rouge, a raspberry tart or tarte aux framboises, and followed it with ...

Review except: Yujiro Takahashi is a bright new star in Tokyo’s gastronomic sky. He first rose above the horizon as head chef of the excellent Le Jeu de l’Assiette in Tokyo’s Ebisu-Nishi neighborhood, where he retained the restaurant’s Michelin star for the five years ...

This self-styled “neo-bistro” opened recently in a luxury mini-mall in the backstreets of Aoyama and the reasons the food is so good will come as no surprise to anyone who has dined at Signature, the sleek French restaurant on the 37th floor of Tokyo’s ...

On a recent visit for lunch, the mood was somber — there was only one other table occupied. And the appetizers didn’t help the ambience. I had melon au jambon aux crudites, with slices of melon, Parma ham and chargrilled eggplant. My companion had ...

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