We went to there during our Tokyo trip at the beginning of May'17. We booked our table a month in advance. We did our research and wanted to go there. And we were very happy after this 3 hours meal. I would call his food...More
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The meal at NARISAWA was an awe inspiring experience. the food impeccable the staff well trained The Restaurant only seated 28 so you have to book very early. Once in your life you must give this a try.
I'm not much into the philosophy of food, or how chef Narisawa bases his cuisine on relationships in the natural world etc. What I do like is delicious food, nicely served by attentive staff, in a pleasant setting. We were at Narisawa during sakura time,...More
It was without a doubt the best meal / dining experience I've ever had. The service was excellent without being over the top, dishes were beautifully balanced and presented. Words can't described how great some of the dishes tasted. We look forward to coming here...More
I very much enjoy the Narisawa experience. I went there in autumn and revisit in spring. Classic menu with a twist. Had the tea pairing which goes very well with the food. All the staff are very attentive and made efforts to understand our preferences...More
Narisawa truly deserves to be one of Asia's top restaurant. You are served a seasonal menu that highlights Japanese culture/the land for that season. Whilst you a served an amazing amount of tasty dishes, you are also treated with food theater. In our case, dough...More
Brilliant food, presentation, creativity and the use of local seasonal ingridients, we were a group and tried the chefs special set menu.. awesome. make sure you reserve a table.
You get what you pay for, and this wont be cheap, but if you can afford it its a culinary experience you will not forget. 15 courses of the most amazingly prepared food I have ever had. You can find some menus online, but the...More