Chocolatier I could not wait to share my newfound haven of chocolate dwellings. Pierre Marcolini is a tiny chocolate shop in one of the back streets of Ginza. I have passed it many times and simply dismissed it as a glamorous little chocolatier you go to when in need of gifts.
The Best Mille Feuille in Town Ok, I have definitely found the winner for best mille feuille in town and the award goes to Henri Charpentier’s caramel mille feuille stack.
Golden View The building that houses this cafe in Hibiya Park is so bland and unassuming, I would have walked straight by if I did not notice its lovely terrace.
This is not the first time I’ve dined at Azzure 45, the cosy French fine-dining restaurant at the Ritz Carlton Midtown, but it is my first lunch there. Lets just call it a post birthday lunch with my husband.
Like a dangerous sirens serenade, I was lured into this pastry shop/cafe in a Ginza back alley one afternoon by its enchanting display of colorful tarts illuminated in a soothing yellow light.
Hail to One of The Best French Restaurants in The World Housed inside a French style mansion in the middle of Ebisu with Swarovski crystals neatly adorning its white walls, Joel Robuchon is one upscale french restaurant in Tokyo that never fails.
I love this place. Been meaning to visit it since forever but somehow only got around to it yesterday. Everything about TV Harbor Brewery is perfect, the location on a river bank in the Shinagawa area is fabulous , prices are reasonable and most important of all, the food is really..really good.
A PECULIAR FEAST WITH ALICE IN WONDERLAND Now this restaurant is one of those trippy, quirky and slightly insane things that only exists in Japan. And of course I just had to pay this restaurant a visit as soon as I found out it existed.
A CHOCOLATE LOVERS HEAVEN If you happen to be in Tokyo and love chocolate, it would be a very good idea to head over to Cafe Lindt in Ginza to feast on everything chocolate.
A RARE JEWEL IN THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE. Ok, this restaurant I’m going to write about is not in Tokyo. It is way out in the middle of Hokkaido. I’m going to stray a little from this blogs theme just because I am so excited and simply have to share this with you.
No, it’s not a branch of the famous Milan Italian restaurant, it’s a pastry shop and the pastries in this cute cozy cake shop will definitely take you over the moon.