Overseas – Japan


Shinjuku Kappo Nakajima 新宿割烹 中嶋 – Probably The Cheapest Michelin Star Meal In Tokyo

Nakajima is probably the cheapest Michelin star meal you can get at Tokyo, Japan. This is how affordable it can get. A lunch set is priced at 800 Yen (SGD$9.90, USD$7.40), and we are talking about one of the most expensive cities in the world. Finding this restaurant can be easy as it is near a train station, yet difficult as it is hidden from sight at the basement of a non-descript building. About a short 10 minute walk from Shinjuku Station south exit, look out for a Hihara Building with a possible queue coming from a flight......

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Quintessence – 3 Star Michelin Restaurant At Tokyo Is Classy, Subtly Exceptional

Quintessence – 3 Star Michelin Restaurant At Tokyo Is Classy, Subtly Exceptional

The French word “Quintessence” exemplifies quality, refinement, and class. This would perfectly describe 3 Michelin-starred restaurant Quintessence in Tokyo helmed by Chef Shuzo Kishida. Quintessence is known to be one of the finest restaurant in Japan, offering some of the best French food outside France itself. Word I would...

September 21, 2015
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