Updated： November 07, 2018
A 3-Star Michelin Restaurant in Shinagawa, Tokyo: Quintessence
Quintessence is a 3-star Michelin Restaurant in Shinagawa, Tokyo. The restaurant serves exquisite modern French cuisine. As there is no menu, the dishes served change everyday according to the seasonal ingredients.
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Quintessence is a 3-star Michelin Restaurant in Shinagawa, Tokyo. The restaurant serves exquisite modern French cuisine. As there is no menu, the dishes served change every day according to the seasonal ingredients. The menu is leaving "carte blanche" or "omakase" in Japanese to the chef, which means you leave it up to the chef to select the freshest ingredients and create a daily course.
The seasonal ingredients are chosen and prepared carefully. Some ingredients are cooked with a low-temperature cooking method to bring out their optimal taste, flavour and texture.
A reservation at this three-star Michelin restaurant is really hard to obtain. You can make a reservation online, but if you don't do as soon as the round of reservation is open, it will probably be already full.
Lunch is 10,500 yen per person and comprises seven dishes, included dessert and a digestif.
Dinner is 22,000 yen per person and is a thirteen dish course, which includes dessert and a digestif.
The restaurant has an ever-changing menu, in fact, when you make a reservation, the staff will ask you when was the last time you dined at the resto in order not to serve a similar course twice.
You can choose from a selection of 600 types of wine.
The meal ends with a beautiful and delicate dessert.
If you want an unbeatable French dining experience in Japan, you should try Quintessence. Cross your fingers and hope you can get a reservation within a reasonable amount of time...Good luck!
- Lili Wanderlust
- I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.
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