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Tsuta 蔦 - 1st Michelin Ramen Shop In The World, Queue From Early In The Morning

Tsuta 蔦 is the first ever ramen joint to get a Michelin star, which is an indication of its exceptional quality. (Read: 10 Must-Try Ramen & Tsukemen at Tokyo) The 9-seater ramen eatery serves soba in ramen style (850 yen), known for its soy based broth where the soy is aged for 2 years. Noodles are made with four types whole wheat flour, chashu served with black truffle sauce, and broth an umami chicken-seafood blend, along with rock salt, red wine and rosemary infusions. The base of the soy broth is made with three types of shoyu. Two......

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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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