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Having held on to its Michelin star for nine years now, Pachon is one of the most consistently fantastic French restaurants in the city. Its red carpets and antique fireplace, said to have been built for a monastery in 17th-century France, help conjure up a special atmosphere for veteran chef André Pachon to work his magic in. The decorated Languedoc native’s signature dish is the cassoulet, a meaty stew made here with duck and white kidney beans, which has kept the regulars coming back for over 20 years. You’ll also want to look into the selection of grilled and roasted meats such as veal, lamb and duck, prepared over the aforementioned fireplace. An evening at Pachon is best reserved for special occasions, although the lunch sets are often very good value
Hillside Terrace B, 29-18 Sarugakucho, Shibuya-ku
|Opening hours:||11.30am-1.30pm (last orders), 6pm-9pm (last orders)|