Dishes made from the gifts of the Earth,
French cuisine like no other from a legendary chef.
In the quiet streets of Nishi-Azabu sits on little French restaurant that is becoming the talk of Tokyo. Make your way up to the door through an area decorated with a water and plant theme, where you will find the best in dining comfort with the fresh green of the garden just outside the windows.
Czech-made chandeliers glitter from the ceiling high above the floor, raising your expectations for the coming meal.
Chef Nobuyuki Shinya trained under the famous three-star Pierre Gagnaire, a man known as the Picasso of French cuisine.
A legend in his own right, Shinya is very careful to maintain the traditions of French cuisine, but continues to challenge himself to create new dishes using the spices of the Orient and other techniques.
Shinya's course menus are built on a solid foundation. The first part of that foundation is Shinya's natural understanding of how to bring ingredients together, creating dishes with incredible affinity by pairing ingredients with similar textures.
The second part can be seen in the composition of each course, with plates added one by one until the meal is complete.
Immerse yourself in the chef's culinary symphony, enjoying each note of flavour as it is played.
Evenings feature the "Chef's Inspiration" course. Diners can also sit at the chef's table - a perfect place to enjoy a meal with that special someone.
For celebrations and anniversaries, the restaurant can prepare vintage wines for your dining pleasure, and the restaurant can even help set up a surprise event.