In collaboration with Pocket Concierge
Whenever a special occasion rolls around, there's no going wrong with a Michelin-grade French meal: not only an unforgettable culinary experience, such a treat is bound to also make for a near-artistic visual adventure. Tokyo has more than its fair share of restaurants worth consideration in this genre, but picking out the right one – one that combines delicious food, beautiful plating and a luxurious atmosphere – can be a challenge. Again teaming up with crack restaurant booking service Pocket Concierge, we now bring you five locally run candidates that satisfy all of the above conditions. From a spot with gorgeous views of Tokyo Station to a homely but refined eatery in residential Meguro, this quintet won't let you down. Pick your favourite, make a reservation through the direct link, and you're set for a meal to remember.
The French top five
Its classical, Western-style stone building has been around since the 1920s, but Aoyama's L'eau a la Bouche is a little more modern than that. Specialising in both visually and culinarily pleasing French cuisine, the restaurant adheres to the ethos of 'food as art'...